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T HE Rivers State Police Command has declared eight people wanted in connection with the killing of 14 persons in the Mgbuoshimini community, Obio/ Akpor Local Government Area of the state. Some gunmen on Monday had stormed a market in the community Rivers killings: Police declare eight suspects wanted and killed some persons. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Nnamdi Omoni, on Wednesday said the wanted persons were as Daddy Chukwu (27), Alhaji Otums Monday (23) and Nyeson Nwodinka (19), Orji Amadi (25), Chukwudi Akasike, Port Harcourt David Chibula Orji (22), Veejee Orji (19), and Junior Amadi (19). Omoni explained that investigations had revealed that r Tagbo’s death 40 shots of Tequila’ captured the entire activities. The vehicle was subsequently recovered from Davido’s residence at No. 7 Awosika Street, Lekki Phase 1. The driver and the two friends are with the police. “These new revelations completely debunked Davido’s claim that he did not know how the deceased got to the general hospital. For these reasons, I have •Davido instructed the DPO and the IPO to again invite Davido and question him in line with the new findings. “It is our intention to know why the victim was dumped in the hospital and those who took him there fled without notifying the hospital authorities or the police. “As I speak to you Davido is currently with the DPO and the investigating team. The Photos: File preliminary autopsy report revealed that the victim died of asphyxia, which in layman’s term, means suffocation.” The CP promised to update members of the public on subsequent findings of the police investigations into the matter. The police boss said the result of analysis of some substances suspected to be drugs recovered from the BMW car, in which DJ Olu and Amaechina died, would soon be released. “The final autopsy report is still being awaited. Preliminary autopsy has been carried out, but the pathologist said there is the need for additional confirmation before he comes out with the final autopsy, which will state the cause of death. “These two cases are being brought to the public domain because the police had realised that they are generating a lot of interest and there is the need for members of the public to keep abreast of investigations,” he added. Imohimi lamented the spate of youth involvement in drug abuse and urged the public to partner the police in curbing the trend. they were involved in the killings. He said, “They (suspects) are wanted by the police in connection with the murder of late Chief Minikwu Chukwu and Cletus Barigbinee. “They are members of a notorious criminal gang responsible for several killings and other cult- related activities at Mgbuoshimini community.” Omoni disclosed that the state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ahmed Zaki, had ordered two gunboats to begin a 24-hour patrol of the waterways in the area. Flood destroys houses, rice farms in Ebonyi • A flooded area Clement Nnachi, Abakaliki N O fewer than 200 houses located in various communities in Ebonyi State have been destroyed by flood that wrecked havoc across the state on Monday. The flood also ravaged farmlands and destroyed crops worth millions of naira in eight local government areas of the state. Areas mostly affected are Abakaliki, where houses were submerged by water; and Akpoha town in the Afikpo North Local Government Area of the state, where rice farms were destroyed. Speaking during the visit of the officials of the State Emergency Management Agency, who were on assessment tour of the Photo: File devastated rice farms, the Coordinator of Amaoha Development Center, David Egwu, described the flooding of farms and houses as a national disaster and appealed to both the state and federal governments to intervene and assist the victims. He said, “This flooding was caused by the Obubra River located in Cross River State and the Akpoha River located in Ebonyi State.” The Executive Secretary of Ebonyi State Emergency Management Agency, Pastor Ken Nwabueze, enjoined people living in flood-prone areas to relocate to Internally Displaced Persons camps created by the agency for safety. The SEMA boss regretted that the flood disaster would affect the economic base of farmers, explaining that the Nigerian Meteorological accuse army of plotting to depopulate the rumour.” He said, “This panic in schools is needless because there is no vaccination currently going on in any school.” In Anambra State, Governor Willie Obiano, ordered the army to stop the outreach. The governor reacted to the panic at Ozubulu, in the Ekwusigo Local Government Area caused by unsubstantiated information that soldiers wanted to forcefully inject monkeypox vaccine into schoolchildren. 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