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One individual has been accounted for dead as some Hausa dealers at the Hausa showcase in Abraka people group in Ethiope-East Local Government Area remove the throat of one of their family for purportedly declining to help their dastard demonstrations against authorities of the Delta State Government.

The occurrence happened on Wednesday when a few authorities of the Delta State Government endeavored to obliterate the market, TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY can report.

The market had been set apart for destruction and the dealers had been approached to abandon for more than two months before the rise of the feared coronavirus pandemic.

It was found out that when the authorities entered the territory for the destruction of the market, one Usman composed a few hooligans to stop them.

It was guaranteed that the said Usman and his hooligans assaulted and harmed some Government vehicles brought for the destruction similarly as they tossed stones at police officers on ground.

It was in the process that Usman and his hooligans supposedly murdered a yet-to-be recognized man for not supporting their dissent.

The casualty kicked the bucket while being raced to the medical clinic by police officers.

When reached for remarks, the Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Hafiz Inuwa, affirmed the report in a phone talk with TRIBUNEPOINT WEEKLY.

Inuwa said twenty-eight (28) suspects, including the said Usman have been captured regarding the wrongdoing, similarly as examination is continuous.

He stated, “They cut the throat of one Hausa man who didn’t bolster their shrewdness. He kicked the bucket in transit as we were surging him to the clinic.

“28 suspects have been captured. Indeed, even the Usman has been captured. Examination is continuous. We will charge them to court when examination is closed. The destruction practice proceeds.”

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