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Politics - April 7, 2019

Man Who Assassinated My Supporter, Killed By AEDC Truck, Says Natasha Akpoti

Osagbemi Anthony

…police was involved in teaching thugs how to use guns

Natasha Akpoti, the Kogi central senatorial candidate for Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the just concluded 2019 election, has reacted to the death of the suspect who allegedly murdered one of her supporters and also carried out an attack which led to the hospitalization of two others.

Akpoti who took to her Facebook page to make this public on Saturday said, “Inna was killed by an AEDC truck today at Ihima, Okehi LGA, Kogi State. He met his death a short distance from the spot he murdered Enesi on the 12th January this year.

“Inna was also responsible for shooting Abdulazeez and Tunde Adeiza (still in the hospital) and many others,” she added.

Akpoti also made some serious allegation about members of the Nigerian Police Force.

According to her, the police was involved in training some thugs on the usage of “new guns handed them 3 days to elections”.

“The Nigeria Police Force turned a blind eye to our cries. In cases, even aided the crimes by teaching Ojo Inna and his gang how to operate the new guns handed them 3 days to the elections by Okehi LGA Sole Administrator Abdulraheem Ohiare.

“I’m glad a criminal is wiped off the earth but I am saddened too.

“I am sad because Ojo Inna was a good man turned bad by villainous Gov Yahaya Bello and his APC machinery who took advantage of poverty & joblessness to lured & sponsor young men to unleash extreme violence against all oppositions in Kogi State.

“May his soul hover restlessly over the heads of Abdulraheem Ohiare, Gov Yahaya Bello and everyone, directly and indirectly, responsible for the sponsorship of Enesi Ojo’s murder.”

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