Oct 23, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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BREAKING: Tension as DSS Operative Is Gunned Down in Imo State

  • A Department of State Services (DSS) employee, Nwachinaemere Ezemuonye Ozuzu, was reportedly shot dead
  • However, there are two different reports of how the late DSS agent was killed in Owerri, Imo state
  • While one report said Ozuzu was shot dead on Owerri Onitsha Road, another claimed he was with accidentally killed

Owerri, Imo State – A new report from Daily Trust points out that a Department of State Services (DSS) employee was murdered in Owerri, capital of Imo state.

The newspaper states that the incident less than 48 hours after the agency’s office was razed in Nnewi, Anambra state.

It added that the officer, identi fized as Prince Nwachinaemere Ezemuonye Ozuzu, from Umuoyo, Irete in Owerri West County, Imo State, was on Owerri. shot dead Onitsha Road.

The officer is said to have been assigned to an official service in Anambra a few hours after the fire in the DSS office in Nnewi.

He was reportedly killed on returning to his ward.

The Daily Trust also noted that the details of what actually happened are still are sketchy, adding that another report said he was killed in an accidental shot.

The bullet mistakenly fired by one of his colleagues is supposed to be him

One of his cousins, Deacon Daniel Opara, who confirmed the incident, described him as unhappy.

He said:

“We have yet to find out the details of what actually happened as he was allegedly killed by an accidental shot from the gun of a police officer who killed his K ole with whom he was on a joint task force in the state of Anambra.

“T he family suspects a foul because he was recently promoted.

” He stepped forward about four to five years in the service and was married with four children. “

DSS advises Nigerians to display their assets publicly

In other news, the DSS has warned that Nigerians who publicly display their wealth are at major security risk Kwara warned in Ilorin, the capital of the state, on Friday July 23rd.

In a speech at a symposium organized by the state branch of the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA ), the security officer pointed out that an extravagant lifestyle was kidnapping r, attracts bandits and other criminals.