The Prince of Idumuje-Ugboko in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State, by name Prince Chukwunonso Nwoko, has been apprehended by men of the Nigeria Police Force, over an alleged murder case.
He was apprehended early this morning, 18th of July, DAILY POST reports.
He has since been parading himself as the Obi (monarch) of the prestigious Kingdom. He is presently cooling off his heels at the Police cell, upon being interrogated and investigated, for his involvement in the murder case.
When the state Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa, was contacted for comments, he confirmed the apprehension of the Prince who is yet to be given “Staff of Office” by the State Government at about 8:30pm.
The Commissioner disclosed that, he has been apprehended for his involvement in a case of suspected murder. All efforts to get him to appear in the station, to explain his role in the case was not fruitful, hence we had to arrest him.
Nigerians are hopeful that if found guilty, he should be brought to book, not a case that will eventually be swept under the carpet.
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