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Isu-Aniocha Killings: Police Declare 12 People Wanted


Isu-Aniocha Killings: Police Declare 12 People Wanted

From Habib Tula, Abuja

The Nigeria Police Force has declared wanted the following twelve persons in connection with a case of conspiracy, murder, armed robbery, act of terrorism, kidnapping, cultism and unlawful possession of firearms, housebreaking, burglary, malicious damage, and conduct likely to cause breach of public peace in Isu-Aniocha, Awka North LGA of Anambra State.

They are: Edward Okoye (aka Stone), Donatus Okeke, Onyemazi Ngini and Onyebuchi Nwekeizu Okoye. Others are; Nonso Eboh, Chukwuka Onyibor, Chukwujekwu Anaekeokwu, Chuka Ilodigwe and Chinedu Nwoye Okoye as well as Nonso Awusionwu Obinna Cosmos Okonkwo and Chukwujekwu Okoye.

The Police had earlier secured a court order to declare wanted the suspects, all male of Igbo extraction with ages ranging from 25 years to 55 years old, natives of Isu-Aniocha, Awka North LGA of Anambra State with heights between 1.5m to 1.7m.

Edward Okoye (aka Stone), had in conjunction with others shot two men dead – one Ifeanyi Anazoba (aka Ichafu) and one Chukwuebuka Amodo (aka Mutum) at a burial function in Umuzuocha Town Hall, Awka South of Anambra State on 19th January 2019, beheaded them and burnt their bodies beyond recognition; kidnapped two others, and vandalized two properties valued at over 1.2 billion Naira.

The suspects equally attacked and brutalized some mobile police officers detailed to restore calm to the community.

The Nigeria Police Force, therefore, urges all well-meaning members of the general public to assist the police with useful information which would facilitate their arrest and ensure they are brought to justice. This can be done through 08036012082. It further assures that justice would not just be done in the matter, but would be seen by all parties in the matter, to have been done as the police will leave no stone unturned in unravelling the ugly and criminal incident.

This story was a statement issued by Force spokesman CSP Adejobi Olumiyiwa.




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