A 47-year-old wife of a retired naval officer, Mrs Ebi Agori, has narrated the ordeal she went through in the hands of personnel of the Inspector-General of Police Monitoring Unit, who allegedly shot and killed her 21-year-old son, Daniel Agori.
Ebi, an evangelist, alleged that officials of the IGP Monitoring Unit, had arrested her, her two sons – Daniel and David – and a family friend at 4, Nyege Close, Gbei Road in Nkpolu, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State, where the family resides.
The woman said on getting to their office in Aluu, the policemen beat Daniel with a pestle and shot him in her presence, adding that the police cooked up a lie that Daniel was a kidnapper and robber.
He said, “We are preparing to file a case of infringement on the rights of our clients against the IGP, the IGP Monitoring Unit Commander in Aluu, DSP Bello Yusuf, and Victor Ne, Blessing Agori’s boyfriend and a member of the IGP Monitoring Unit in Aluu.
I called the IGP Unit Commander and he told me that the boy that was killed was a self-confessed armed robber and a kidnapper, who had confessed to several kidnapping incidents he was involved in. “The father of the boy said in the presence of the mother that his son was a bad boy and that he always brought different kind of arms home.”
Source: Punch ng