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Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Policemen Debunk Suicide Rumour Of Officer Over His Posting To Borno


The Ebonyi Police Command has debunked the rumour making the rounds in Abakaliki that one of its officers committed suicide on Monday, over his posting to Maiduguri.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Sgt. Donatus Oyibe was found dead inside a well at his premises in Abakaliki, while people insinuated that he committed suicide on learning of his posting to Maiduguri.


ASP. Loveth Odah, the Ebonyi Police Command Public Relations Officer (PPRO) told NAN on Tuesday that Oyibe did not commit suicide as being insinuated.

“it's miles actual that oyibe changed into amongst those published to maiduguri within the cutting-edge officials’ posting, however that could not had made him devote suicide being an skilled police officer.

“He told one of his daughters that he was going to fetch water from the well, but unfortunately was found inside the well afterwards.
“It is possible that he accidentally fell inside the well while fetching water or that someone mischievously pushed him inside the well,” she said.



"This is not the first time that a person has fallen inside the properly and this makes me wonder why humans ought to create meanings into this one that worried a police officer.


Odah said that investigations into the matter have commenced and the command would unravel the circumstances surrounding the incident.


“the death of a police officer particularly in this situation must no longer be celebrated, and this is the cause we're sincerely stating the fact,” he stated."

A friend to the deceased, who spoke to NAN under the condition of anonymity, revealed that Oyibe had complained bitterly to friends on the posting to Maiduguri.

“He expressed fear over working in Maiduguri and was concerned over the fate of his children as his wife died some years ago.
“He was a peaceful and humble man who would be missed by his orphaned children, friends and relatives,” he said. (NAN)

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