The incident that took place at a village named Amawbia in Anambra State, was intervened by the Nigerian Police Force. According to the State Police commands spokesperson, SP Haruna Mohammed, he said the culprit who's name is Asuquo Friday was immediately arrested, and he also said the victim is receiving treatment at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital.
After altercations, Asuquo Friday rushed in a City of Restoration Church in Amawbia and brought out a pump-action gun fully loaded with four cartridges and shot his friend Araino at the back.
The area of bullet on Araino's back blurred.
After reading this article about the action taken by Asuquo Friday, what do you say? Is it right for a man to take the law into his hands over a debt of any such of money?
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