Civil defense officer accidentally kills aspiring senator in Imo


By Damian Duruiheoma, Owerri

An aspiring senator in the Northern Senatorial District of Imo (Okigwe Zone) Ndubuisi Emenike was killed on Sunday night in a case of & # 39; accidental discharge & # 39; by an officer from the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps.

The official is said to be linked to the deceased, who was the Senatorial candidate for the Action Alliance (AA) during the 2019 election.


The late Senator Benjamin Uwajumogu won the election, but died six months after taking office.

The campaign for those who replace Uwajumogu has just begun, unofficially with Ndubuisi, making serious inroads to win the election.

The Nation learned that the great corporate entrepreneur had participated in a function in the area of ​​the local government of Isiala Mbano, in the State of Imo, and was about to leave when the security officer linked to him killed him.


Emenike, popularly called Ototonwa, was rushed to the Federal Medical Center, Owerri, where doctors struggled in vain to keep him alive after the amount of blood lost.

Hundreds of people entered the FMC praying for the philanthropist's speedy recovery.

Security personnel, whose name has yet to be determined, have been linked to Emenike for some years, even before preparing for the election.


A source said the security guard linked to the businessman mistakenly fired a shot at him and the bleeding started.

In addition, the source said Emenike was rushed to a hospital in Okwelle, Onuimo, but was referred to FMC for proper medical care.

According to him, no one knew where he was shot exactly because of the amount of blood in the entire body.

When contacted earlier, police spokesman Orlando Ikeokwu confirmed the shooting, but said details are still incomplete.

Senator Benjamin Uwajimogu, representing Imo North (Okigwe area), fell last December and later gave up on the ghost.

There are already arrangements for his burial.

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