A 27 year old man has been arrested in Anambra state for allegedly attempting to kill his friend over a debt of N1000.
Friday Asuquo (27) of Oron in Akwa Ibom state, who resides in Anambra had a misunderstanding with his friend, one Kingey Araino (also 27) over a debt of N1000. Following the altercation, Friday quickly dashed into one City of Restoration Church, Amawbua, brought out his pump action gun, loaded it with four cartridges and shot his friend, Kingey, at his back. The police was immediately alerted and Friday was arrested, while Kingsley was rushed to the Amaku General Hospital Awka for quick medical intervention. It has been confirmed that he is responsible to treatment.
The police is now looking into the matter. The pump action gun used by Friday has been taken as exhibit, along with the three remaining cartridges and the expenses one. The suspect, Friday, was said to have confessed to the crime without any form of interrogation, and has been taken into custody for further investigation and eventual prosecution.
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