- Charles Chukwuma Soludo, the governor of Anambra, has fallen into even greater grief after gunmen unleashed another wave of terror across the state on Saturday, May 21
- This time the gunmen kidnapped an aide to former Nnewi South LGA chairman Uzozie Chukwujekwu
- According to reports and police confirmation, the gunmen also fired on Chukwujekwus only son when they broke into his home
Anambra – Reckless gunmen seem to have chosen the state of Anambra as their target Unleash chaos, pain and suffering.
A gang of bad guys with guns kidnapped on Saturday May 21, Uzozie Chukwujekwu, a special adviser to a former head of the local government of Nnewi South area of the state, reports Premium Times.
According to the newspaper, when the kidnappers entered Chukwujekwu’s residence in Umudiji Umuohama Village, Ukpor Municipality, he shot his only son in the stomach for hesitating and refusing to open the gate for them.
However, while Chukwujekwu’s son is currently being treated at a hospital in the area, police note State spokesman Tochukwu Ikenga, who confirmed the development, noted that a operation to rescue the victim has begun.
Unidentified gunmen behead the legislator representing the Soludo LGA
Recall that gunmen Okechukwu Okoye, the legislature representing Gov. Soludo’s constituency in the Anambra House of Assembly May 15, along with his aide Cyril Chieboka along the Aguluzigb o Road in the administrative area of the municipal government of Anaocha kidnapped state.
His head is said to have been found at a car park in Amichi, a municipality in Amichi, on Saturday May 21, six days after him The state’s Nnewi South Governorate was kidnapped.
The state’s police spokesman, Tochukwu Ikenga, confirmed this in a statement.
Part of statement read:
“Further information and confirmation, identified body as Hon Okechukwu Okoye.” However, he was silent on the fate of the lawmaker’s assistant.”
Report exposes the man behind unidentified gunmen in the Southeast
In a related development A media report revealed, that the unidentified gunmen terrorizing the southeastern region are known as the Fallen Angels or Auto Pilot group.
According to the report, the group is made up of dissidents into the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB).