Billionaire Senator Ifeanyi Ubah Escapes Assassination, Scores Of His Police Orderlies Killed

Reports have it that about eight police officers have been killed at the Enugwu-Ukwu community in Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra State as yet-to-be-identified assailants opened fire on the convoy of business mogul and Senator, Mr Ifeanyi Ubah.

According to sources the gunmen opened fire on the convoy, and police operatives in the convoy responded and about eight policemen were gunned down in the shoot-out. The incident happened late on Sunday. Although details of the incident were still sketchy, according to various sources, it might be an assassination attempt on the senator.

A source said, “Senator Ifeanyi Ubah was attacked today by some gun men in Enugwu Ukwu. It was a calculated attempt. It wasn’t an impromptu action. The policemen were many in the convoy and they were attacked. All their arms were collected. The boys that spearheaded that attack were about nine in number.” Another source said eight policemen were killed in the attack.

Although Senator Ubah could not be reached for confirmation as his line remained unreachable all through. But a close ally of the senator said it was an “attempted assassination on the distinguished Senator Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah.

“He survived it but there are casualties. Some policemen in his convoy were killed. I just spoke with him. He’s okay but told me there are casualties.”

The spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Toochukwu Ikenga, confirmed the incident and said there was an attack on the men of the command at Enugwu-Ukwu, but insisted that the casualty figure were still unknown.

He said, “The Commissioner of Police Anambra State Command, CP Echeng Echeng, has today (Sunday), led police operatives to the scene where sporadic shootings took place in Enug-Ukwu. Though the details of the incident are still sketchy, operatives are on the ground there as operations are going on and the situation is being monitored. Further details shall be communicated please.”

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