John Markus: Police inspector in Abuja kills colleague, commits suicide

John Markus: Police inspector in Abuja kills colleague, commits suicide

- A police inspector in Abuja caused serious disaster at the Dutse police divisional headquarters on Saturday, December 21

- The inspector, John Markus, killed his colleague, Matthew Akubo, for calling him to order

- Markus also shot at his superintendent of police, Abdullahi Ovanu, and went ahead to kill himself

Saturday, December 21, was indeed a sad day for some residents in Dutse, Abuja as a police inspector, John Markus, shot dead one of his colleague and committed sucide later on.

According to Channels TV, it all started when Markus went about firing shots into the air at the Dutse police divisional headquarters and shot his male colleague, a corporal (Matthew Akubo) in the head after he tried to call him to order.

Even more, when a superintendent of police Abdullahi Ovanu, came out from his office to make inquiry as to what transpired, the inspector also shot him in the arm.

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John Markus: Police inspector in Abuja kills colleague, commits suicide

The remains of the inspector and Akubo have been taken to the mortuary in Kubwa General Hospital.
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After his unexplanable behaviour, Markus committed suicide by shooting at himself through his mouth.

The tragic incident was confirmed by Bala Ciroma, the commissioner of police in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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While Ovanu has been rushed to the hospital for treatment, the remains of the inspector and Akubo have been taken to the mortuary in Kubwa General Hospital.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a former lawmaker of the eighth Assembly has reacted to the abduction of an assistant commissioner of police, Musa Rabo, on Saturday, October 19.

Shehu Sani, the senator who represented Kaduna Central senatorial district at the eighth Senate said the abduction of Rabo shows that our Police officers need protection too.

Sani made the reaction on his official Twitter page on Monday, October 21. He said: "Our Cops too needs protection against kidnappers."

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