A police officer has been allegedly killed following an assault by gunmen on one other police station in Ebonyi state.
The gunmen attacked Abaomege Police Station in Onicha Native Authorities Space on Saturday night time, Vanguard reported.
Whereas one police officer was stated to have been killed, one other sustained gunshot accidents.
A police supply, who confirmed the assault, stated the gunmen attacked the station with harmful arms.
“Sure some unknown gunmen attacked Abomege police station and a policeman was killed whereas one other was hospitalized following accidents sustained within the assault,” the supply acknowledged.
The injured policeman is receiving therapy on the Alex Ekwueme Federal College Educating Hospital, Abakaliki.
The Nation learnt the policemen on obligation repelled the gunmen who retreated after a gun battle.
Among the gunmen additionally sustained gunshot accidents in the course of the assault.
It was additionally gathered no additional injury was achieved to the station.
Spokesperson for Ebonyi State police command, Loveth Odah couldn’t be reached for feedback as on the time of scripting this report.
Nonetheless, a prime police supply confirmed the assault.
The supply, who spoke on situation of anonymity, stated extra males had been deployed to the station.
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