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Police Launch Manhunt For Killers Of Four Northern Traders

The River State Police Command has propelled a manhunt for the enemies of four northern dealers in the Oroazi region of Port Harcourt, the River State capital.

The obscure shooters had on Thursday, opened fire on the four dealers as they sat near their shops, killing every one of them. The summons advertising officer, Omoni Nnamdi, who is an appointee administrator of police, revealed this yesterday while preparation newsmen at the police central command in Port Harcourt.

Omoni said policemen have since been sent to the region and its environs to prevent the conceivable breakdown of lawfulness, despite the fact that the circumstancing prompting the occasion stays obscure. "I can just affirm the occurrence, yet the subtle elements and conditions prompting it is yet to be unwound. What I have available to me currently is only a draw of what happened.

"Our men are in that spot conversing with the general population. The DPO called me toward the beginning of today and a watch van is now positioned there. We have spoke to the general population to enable security specialists to do what should be done to uncover the conditions encompassing the murdering."

Responding to the slaughtering of the dealers, executive of Northern Traders Association of Nigeria (NTAN) in River State, Usman Makarfi, while communicating misery on the appalling rate, approached security organizations to desperately address the issue of killings in the state.

"I feel exceptionally miserable. I was with them till 4:00pm on Thursday. One of them is my bad habit. You see what is occurring? Killings all over the place. Give the administration a chance to accomplish something.

"Give the legislature a chance to open her eyes. You realize that race is around the bend and many individuals consider decision to be a do or bite the dust undertaking. Give government a chance to convey security men all over the place. Give the legislature a chance to secure lives and property, he said."

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