Nigeria Air Power officer allegedly shoots Transport Employee to dying in Calabar

Nigeria Air Force officer allegedly shoots Transport Worker to death in Calabar

An officer of the Nigerian Air Power (NAF) has allegedly shot to dying one Asuquo Etim Umo, employees of the Industrial Transport Regulation Company (CTRA), popularly known as “100 Marian”.

THE PARADISE NEWS gathered that the incident occurred on Friday on the Cultural Centre Complicated, Calabar, Cross River State Capital the place the Company impounds industrial autos for violating sure street guidelines.

In response to THE PARCHMENT, the CTRA impounded a automobile over a sure offence – the automobile which belonged to an officer of the NAF was then taken to the Cultural Centre the place their workplace is positioned.

An eyewitness who spoke with THE PARCHMENT stated the motive force of the impounded automobile known as the NAF personnel, the proprietor of the automobile who got here and shot one of many CTRA employees to dying.

Asuquo Etim Umo
Asuquo Etim Umo

“The driving force of the automobile then known as the proprietor, an Air Power personnel who got here to Cultural Centre with some armed officers. And since the tyres had been deflated, some argument began and whereas we had been making an attempt to work out issues, the Air Power officer pulled out his gun and fired at Asuquo who was very vocal in the course of the argument”, the eyewitness stated.

Additional findings reveal that the motive force of the automobile who known as the Air Power personnel has been arrested and is presently beneath the custody of the Anti-Kidnapping and Cultism Squad (AKCS) of the Nigeria Police Power (NPF), which workplace can also be positioned on the Cultural Centre.

In the meantime, the Air Power personnel is on the run.

Efforts by THE PARADISE NEWS to achieve the NAF for feedback proved abortive on the time of submitting this report.