Tension struck in Awka south local government area of Anambra state where a man, 27 years, whose name is Friday Asuquo shot his friend Kingsley Araino on Friday afternoon over 1,000 Naira owed by Kingsley. The man who was however arrested by the police intended to kill his friend because of the debt owed.
According to the state police command spokesperson, SP. Haruna Mohammed he said Friday is a native a Oron local government in Akwa ibom, but stays in Anambra, and he had a disagreement with his friend Kingsley over the debt, then quickly rushed into one city of restoration church, brough out a pump action gun, loaded with four live cartridges, and then shot Kingsley at the back.
The police nonetheless noted that Kingsley had been rushed to the Amaku general hospital, Awka, and he his responding well to treatment, as the suspect has been arrested, alongside the gun and the cartridges which he uses to commit the crime. What a dastardly act, why would you pull a trigger for a debt owed. What's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below
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