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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

TENSION IN DELTA COMMUNITY AS HOODLUMS HACK MAN TO DEATH.

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Tension has gripped residents of Agbor in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State following the reported hacking to death of a father of five identified as Mr. Lucky Nkeki by a group of hoodlums at a building site.
It was gathered that the boys who had been terrorising property developers in Agbor and its neighbouring communities, had asked the property owner pay a certain amount of money before work could continue at the building site.
Sources told our correspondent that the incident occurred on Saturday afternoon following a disagreement between the hoodlums and the deceased.
 It was reported that Nkeki had rushed to the site of the building located along Ehiabor Street in Agbor following a distressed call from the property owner based in the United States of America that assailants were threatening to invade and stop ongoing work at the site unless they were paid
It was learnt that the boys had demand  N200, 000 before work would commence which the deceased had objected to leading to him being hacked to death following a heated argument.
Another source said, “The deceased, a father of five, presented all relevant papers of the building to the boys that the owner had paid all relevant levies to the local government council and also reminded them that the building was not new.
“This was said to have angered the boys who threatened that except the demanded money was made available, work on the site will not proceed, a development that resulted in the commotion where they allegedly hacked Nkeki severally with iron rods that caused him to collapse.”
Before workers at the site could rush him to the nearest hospital, Nkeki had given up the ghost.
Efforts to get confirmation from the State Police Commissioner, Mr Zanna Ibrahim and the command’s spokesman, Mr Andrew Aniamaka, were unsuccessful. The duo did not pick repeated calls to their telephone lines on Wednesday.
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