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Police arrest three suspected killers of Chef Emeka in Abuja

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Operatives of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Police Command have arrested three suspects in reference to the demise of a well-liked Abuja Chef, Mr Vincent Eluagu Chukwuemeka, popularly generally known as Chef Emeka.

DAILY POST remembers that Eluagu’s physique was present in his condominium on August 2, 2021, within the nation’s capital.

The FCT Police Command subsequently commenced discreet investigations into the homicide to unravel the circumstances surrounding the demise.

In a press release issued and made accessible to newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja, the FCT Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, DSP Josephine Adeh mentioned the command has efficiently arrested three suspects in connection to the homicide.

The PPRO said that the investigation revealed that Mr Vincent Eluagu was gruesomely murdered.

Based on the assertion, the FCT Police Commissioner, Babaji Sunday, whereas condoling with the household of the sufferer, mentioned the suspects can be made to face the complete wrath of the legislation.

The assertion reads, “The investigations by the police staff led to the arrest of the three (3) male suspects, Kingsley Obinna, 24 years, Musa Tanimu, 25 years and Mohammed Sha’aba 26 years, for his or her complicity within the crime.

“Investigations by the murder part of the Command Legal Investigations Division (CID) clearly revealed how the suspects gruesomely murdered the sufferer in chilly blood.

“The CP, whereas condoling with the household and mates of the deceased, assured that the suspects can be charged to courtroom upon completion of the investigations.

“The CP implores residents to report all suspicious actions, emergencies or distresses, by means of these numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653 and 08028940883”.

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