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President General of the Nimo Town Development Union is Dead

Chief Tony Frank Igboka’s Killing
The Anambra State Government has received with shock
the news of the killing of the President General of the
Nimo Town Development Union (NTDU), Chief Tony
Frank Igboka, in the evening of Tuesday, April 16, 2019,
at Oye Market, Nimo in Njikoka Local Government Area,
shortly after he had a dinner in a nearby restaurant. The
killing was likely by assassins.
Governor Willie Obiano was briefed on the violent death
by the Commissioner of Police in Anambra State, Mr
Mustapha Dandaura, shortly after the dastardly act.
Governor Obiano consequently announced a N5m reward
to any person who can provide useful information on the
identity of the killers.
The governor has also directed the Commissioner of
Police in Anambra State to personally lead a team to
apprehend the killers immediately. He has, in addition,
directed the Department of State Security, intelligence
officers in the Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Navy as
well as the Nigerian Security and Defence Corps to join
the Nigeria Police Force in the task to bring the culprits
Chief Obiano asked the intelligence and security officers
to reenact the same level of enthusiasm and
competence they exhibited in the arrest two weeks ago
of Ikechukwu Udensi, the most wanted murder suspect
in Anambra State, immediately he entered the state to
collect illegal revenues. “You have to display the same
commitment and competence this time in tracing the
killers of Chief Igboka, who was also a former chairman
of Njikoka Local Government Area”, demanded Chief
The governor described the killing as utterly heartless,
noting that Chief Tony Frank’s elder brother, Chief
Charles Igboka, a former Nigerian diplomat in Europe,
died only two weeks ago and was yet to be buried.
“It is a shame that the killing of Chief Igboka should
take place in the week leading to Easter when men and
women of goodwill throughout the world are reconciling
themselves with God and fellow human beings”,
Governor Obiano said. “His father, Sir Vincent Igboka, a
distinguished papal knight, was a great Christian
missionary who devoted his whole being to the spread
of the Good News. He worked in such a way that he is
being considered for canonization in some quarters”.
Governor Obiano emphasized that no stone will be left
unturned in the effort to make Anambra remain the
safest and most peaceful state in Nigeria. “Anyone who
thinks that he can spill the blood of an innocent
Anambra person and go scot-free is living in a fool’s
paradise”, he declared. “All the persons who have in the
last five years attempted to spill blood in the state have
been caught up by the long arms of the law. Chief
Igboka’s killers cannot be different”.
C. Don Adinuba
Commissioner for Information & Public Enlightenment.

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