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Gunmen Kill 3 Police Officers, FRSC Personnel In Enugu

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Some yet-to-be-identified gunmen have reportedly killed no fewer than three police officers, and one Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), personnel in separate attacks in Enugu State.

The gunmen had attacked a police division in Umabor Eha-Alumona last night, leaving no fewer than two policemen dead.

In another separate attack, the gunmen also earlier attacked HRH Igwe Patrick Eze, also known as, Igwe Waziri, at Orba in Udenu Local Area of the State.

Igwe Waziri is the traditional ruler of Egali Amalla Community in Udenu Local Area.

DAILY POST gathered that the gunmen killed a police officer and an FRSC personnel, while Igwe Waziri escaped.

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The Enugu State Police Command’s spokesperson, DSP Daniel Ndukwe is yet to officially react to the report.

In another report, the government of Enugu State and the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) have entered into a partnership that will see the completion and operationalization of the international terminal as well as the construction of a cargo terminal and warehouses at the Akanu Ibiam International Airport, Enugu.

Consequently, a committee has been constituted to fine-tune the modalities towards the actualization of the long-awaited infrastructural upgrade.

The Managing Director of FAAN, Olubunmi Oluwaseun Kuku, praised what she described as “the wisdom of the Enugu State Government to partner FAAN in providing critical infrastructure that will enhance the ability of the Akanu Ibiam International Airport in providing seamless operations in cargo, domestic, and international passenger facilitation.”

Speaking at a meeting between the state government and FAAN at the Government House Enugu, Kuku stressed that the infrastructural upgrade, when completed, would “catalyse the business potential of the South East region, increase wealth creation within the zone, reduce poverty, and enhance the GDP of the states within this geopolitical zone.”

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