Yesterday (17/07/2020), A twenty-seven years old man named Friday Asuquo shot his friend, whose name is Kingsley Araino with a gun, intending to kill him over a disagreement that started between them, just because of the sum of #1,000 owing him by Kingsley. This incident happens Amawbra, Aka south local government area of Anambra state yesterday.
According to the state police command's spoke person, SP Haruna Mohammed, says the culprit was immediately arrested, while the victim has been talking to the hospital to receive treatment. He said the police operatives attached to the command Special Anti Robbery Squad arrested him yesterday Friday (17/7/2020) at about 11:45am in Enu-Orji village, Anawbra in Anambra state.
Following the noisy quarrel between the both, the suspect quickly rushed inside to a nearby church named city of restoration in Anawbra, where he brought out a pump action gun loaded with four cartridges and allegedly shot the victim at the back.
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