Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Suspected Assassins invade Chief Olisa Metuh's House


Armed men suspected to be assassins on Tuesday invaded the house of the embattled former National Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olisa Metuh in Abuja, Nigeria's federal capital territory. 

A statement signed by the Chief's special assistant, Richard Ihediwa reads

The armed men numbering about, eight fired several shots and forcefully gained entrance into the compound after destroying a section of its spiked security fence.
They tied up security guards and a driver at the premises and attempted to gain access in the main building, but could not due to the security doors at the front and back entrances of the main house. When they could not gain access into the main building, they beat up the security guards and ordered them at gunpoint to call out Chief Metuh using their phones, but the guards insisted that he was not at home but had travelled to the east.

Out of frustration, the invaders broke into other buildings in the premises including Chief Metuh’s out-office where they carted away some documents and electronic equipment. Their escape route trailed with blood as one of the armed men got injured in the course of their breaking through the spiked security fence. Already, a shocked Chief Metuh had made an official report to the police to unravel those behind the attack and intention manifested in the incidence. Chief Metuh’s guards and driver are already assisting the police in their investigation.

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