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Rivers State Police Uncover Shocking Crime: Suspects Accused of Burying Community Chairman Alive

Daud Olatunji

In a startling revelation, the Rivers State Police Command of the Nigeria Police Force exposed a heinous crime during a press briefing on Monday. 

A group of suspects was paraded for their alleged involvement in burying alive the Community Development Committee chairman of Kereken-Boue in the Khana Local Government Area of the state.

The suspects were presented to the public during the maiden briefing of the newly appointed Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Tunji Disu. 

This event shed light not only on the horrifying incident but also on the broader spectrum of criminal activities in the region.

Commissioner of Police Tunji Disu issued a stern warning to criminal elements operating in the state, emphasizing that there would be no safe haven for them. 

He assured that law enforcement would apply the full force of the law to curb criminal activities.

During the press briefing, the traditional ruler of Kereken-Boue community, Chief Ezekiel Gara, displayed disturbing photographs depicting some of the victims of the cultists. 

Chief Gara highlighted the dire situation, revealing that members of the community had been forced to flee due to the activities of the cultists.

In addition to the buried-alive incident, the police displayed arms, ammunition, and other weapons recovered from the suspects upon their arrest. 

This revelation underscores the gravity of the security challenges faced by the community and the proactive measures taken by law enforcement to address them.

The parade of suspects and the display of recovered weapons serve as a stark reminder of the multifaceted nature of criminal activities in the region and the collaborative efforts required to ensure the safety and well-being of the residents.

 

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