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How Gunmen Killed Ex-Militant Leader Ogede

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An ex-militant leader, Indukapo Ogede and head of operations of Darlon Oil and Gas Servicing Limited, has been killed in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State capital.

Ogede was reported killed in an execution manner Sunday night, at a hotel, off Tamic road in Okutukutu, where he stays when he is in Yenagoa.

His assailants, armed and wearing military uniform, were said to have driven into the hotel Sunday afternoon and paid for three rooms ostensibly, as a decoy for their real motive.

A source at the hotel said they later went to the bar to drink while waiting for their target to return from an assignment he went to town to execute.

However, some people close to the deceased at the hotel suspected that something was unusual with the behaviour of the suspected assassins and decided to alert him on the phone, but he did not pick his calls, as he was driving to the hotel.

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An eyewitness account stated that on sighting his car entering the premises, they ran towards him and shot him twice.

The gunshot caused panic in the hotel and the area, as the people scampered for safety while the gunmen made their way to escape.

Ogede was rushed to the Glory Land Hospital, Opolo, where he was confirmed dead and his body moved to the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa.

Reports say police detectives have been to the hotel to question the management and those who witnessed the shooting.

The chairman, Darlon Oil and Gas Limited, Chief Levi Wilson, in a statement, appealed to the various law enforcement agencies to investigate the killing and bring the perpetrators of the dastardly act to book, in a bid to ensure that such incident do not repeat itself in the nearest future.

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Wilson described the death as one too many, regretting that the deceased left behind his parents, wife and children.

Spokesperson of the Bayelsa State Police Command, Asinim Butswat, appealed for calm. He said the police are already investigating the incident.




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