Okorocha commends IGP over killing of vampire 

Rochas Okorocha

Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha has expressed joy over the role the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Mr. Ibrahim Idris, by dispatching the special squad that worked in tandem with officers and men of the Imo Police Command that finally ended the ugly story of the notorious kidnapper, Mr. Henry Chibueze, a.k.a Vampire.

In a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Sam Onwuemeodo, the Governor said the extermination of Vampire’s life is a milestone on the capability of the police.
Okorocha also commended officials of the Directorate of Security Services (DSS), who had arrested Vampire in Owerri in 2015, creating the consciousness on the roles of all. 
On the reported threat against him and his family by Vampire over the N5m ransom he placed on his head, the governor said that such threat was an empty one, because he knew that Vampire, having stepped into Imo State to carry out criminal activities, would soon become history and a bad one for that matter.
Okorocha expressed optimism that with the development, Imo was safe for living. Crack squad from the IGP killed Vampire after several hours of gun battle in a forest in Ikwerre, Rivers State on Thursday.

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  • Fada4Life

    Other criminals should learn from this because no gain in criminality it only bring pains and shame to the family ? of the criminals

  • Tayomi

    Criminality profiteth nothing but sorrow, disappointment and shame to the entire family and clan of the perpetrators.
    Our Youths should re-direct their energy towards useful engagements. Get properly educated and equip yourself to contribute meaningfully to the society rather than harassing and brutalising fellow human beings.
    Our actors in gorvernment at all levels should show commitment to showing good examples in leadership. If we do, the Youths shall be encouraged to change their attitudes for better.