EMERGING FACTS ON THE KILLING OF GEORGE ONIOVOSA BY HERO ASAGBA (SA TO GOVERNOR OKOWA) AND ABRAHAM ASAGBA

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Benson Okorodudu
Benson Okorodudu

Sometime in 2012, a man named Belefia Solomon Umah aka Bella, owned a flower garden at Amukpe, Sapele. He had issues with Hero Asagba, SA to Governor Okowa and his brother, Abraham Asagba. In the midst of the issues, Bella disappeared under mysterious circumstances and till this day, his whereabout remains unknown. Unconfirmed information has it that he’s dead and all accusing fingers point to Hero Asagba.

 

 

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Also, the gruesome killing of George Oniovosa by Hero Asagba and his brother, Abraham Asagba, in conspiracy with Benson Okorodudu (SSA to Governor Okowa) at Landrillo hotel, Amukpe, Sapele gives some elements of truth to the accusations against Hero Asagba and Abraham Asagba with regards to the mysterious disappearance of Mr. Belefia solomon Umah.

HERO ASAGBA
HERO ASAGBA

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George Oniovosa whose picture is attached to this post, was stabbed to death on the 27th day of November, 2015, by Hero Asagba at Landrillo hotel. The matter was reported to the Sapele Police Division, but Hero Asagba, Abraham Asagba and Benson Okorodudu, through their influence in the present Government of Delta State bribed the Police to forget the issue. The case file is still in Sapele station.

ABRAHAM ASAGBA
ABRAHAM ASAGBA

We are using this medium to call on the Inspector General of Police, the Director of the Department of State Security (DSS) and other relevant security authorities to visit this issue and bring the culprits to book. Signed by Concerned Sapele Indigenes.

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