Sad! Angry Youths React After Vigilante Assassinates Man Four Days To His Wedding

 

The death of one Ndubuisi Oye, a resident of Ogbunike community, in Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State, believed to been killed by the community’s local vigilante, has caused great uproar as angry youths have gone on rampage.

The death of Oye, who is said to be preparing for his wedding on Sunday, has sparked a spate of destruction, as friends of the deceased have destroyed properties worth millions, belonging to the leader of the vigilante group.

It was gathered that the vigilante leader, Levi Elobis, known as ‘commander’ from Umueri, Ogbunike, allegedly killed Oye at St. Monica’s Road, Ogbunike in Onitsha old road on Monday evening.

The fiancée of the deceased, Miss Oluma Agbugba who narrated the story said, “We were coming back from a committee of friends’ meeting, in preparation for our wedding on Sunday.

“We got to St. Monica’s Road, my fiance alighted to refill the gasoline of his commercial bus and as we were about driving off, a Sport Utility Vehicle — Hillux vehicle blocked our bus and the man who emerged from the vehicle ordered both of us to come down from the bus.

“I alighted and sighted that the man had a gun. I made to make a call, but the man quickly stopped me, threatening he would kill me if I raised my phone again to make any call.

“The man ordered my fiance (Oye) to come down from the stirring and shut him at close range, and thereafter drove off, leaving him in his pool of blood.

“I started shouting after he had left and some passersby stopped to assist me to move him to Iyienu Hospital but he died on the way to hospital.’’

The deceased, 27 years old, is a native of Ezza in Ebonyi State, while the fiancee is from Imo state.

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Source – DailyPost

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