Marshall Obuzor, the Senior Special Assistant (New Media) to Rivers State Governor, Wike, has mourned an Assistant Superintendent of Police, Nelson Azuma, one of the seven the police officers killed by gunmen last Friday.
LIB reported that ASP Azuma was killed when gunmen launched attack at Rumuji Police Station. The same hoodlums also killed two policemen on special check point at Choba bridge. The third attack at Elimg alt=’He was a diligent officer – Governor Wike’s aide mourns one of the seven policemen killed by gunmen in Rivers ‘ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’margin: auto;’bu Police Station was resisted by police but three officers were killed.
Taking to his Facebook on Monday, May 10, Marshall Obuzor, described late Azuma as a diligent police officer, who he had an opportunity to work with.
“I wish to extend my condolence to the family of ASP Nelson Azuma, and the Ekpeye ethnic nation over the loss of ASP Nelson Azuma,” he wrote.
“ASP Nelson was killed in cold blood by suspected IPOB hoodlums who attacked policemen this past Friday at the Rumuji Police Station. Beyond being my fellow Ekpeye man he was a delligent Police officer who I had the opportunity to work with. MAY GOD GRANT HIS FAMILY THE FORTITUDE TO BEAR THE LOSS AND MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE”