- Another soul has been lost to the cold hands of death after some criminals' bullet hit him
- The victim of the gruesome killing in his lifetime was the General Overseer of Kingdom Advancement Christian Centre in Warri
- Orumor was killed while the criminals were in operation at Edjeba area of the state
In what many will pray against, a Nigerian has just lost his life due to his presence at a location at the wrong time.
According to Punch Newspaper Kelvin Orumor who us the general overseer of Kingdom Advancement Christian Centre in Warri, Delta state, lost his life after he was hit by a stray bullet at Edjeba area of Warri south local government Area on Tuesday, January 13.
He was hit by a bullet during an operation by the gang at a shopping complex in a neighbourhood where he was.
According to a source who spoke with the news outlet, he died before he got to the hospital
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that one of the suspected "hardened criminals" arrested by the operatives of the Nigeria police confessed to stealing cars and reselling them for as low as N400,000.
The suspect, whose name was not given, made this shocking revelation while being paraded by the men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) under the leadership and command of Inspector-General Adamu Mohammed in Abuja.
According to him, a Toyota Camry car which was stolen at gunpoint was sold for N400,000, while another car, Corona Spider, was sold for N600,000.
Legit.ng also reported that Odume Princess, a corps member serving in Akwa Ibom, was arrested by the state police command for allegedly hacking an unidentified man said to be her boyfriend to death with a machete.
The corps member, who is said to be a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu state was arrested on Sunday, January 11, while trying to flee the scene of the incident.
A Facebook user, Godwin George, had in a post on Sunday said Princess was arrested at Abak road after being mobbed, "beaten to a stupor" and stripped naked by a large crowd while trying to escape through the fence after hacking her alleged boyfriend.
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