The Keke man, Mr. Sulay Muhammed a member of Association of Non indigenes in Anambra State (ANIAS) was murdered by a group of unknown persons.
The sad news was shared by Okwa C. Ifugo who wrote:
‘In today’s message, the President of ANIAS Comr. Ferguson Okpara has condemned the clueless murder of Mr. Sulay Muhammed whom is a Keke Driver and currently the secretary of Igala Indigenes in Anambra State that was believed to have occurred on Thursday 20th October, 2016 around 11pm.
According to the brother of the deceased, he raised alarm of Mr. Sulay absence from the house at his usual home coming hour which is 9pm. According to him, he waited till 10pm but with a continuous call on the deceased line which the deceased failed to pick till the line got off. At that point, he was scared and started calling all his Igala brothers and friends to inquire if anyone knew sulay’s whereabout but all efforts became futile.
The following morning which was yesterday, he received a strange call around 9am which instructed him to proceed to the police station. On getting to the station he was told of his brothers death.
Immediately he alerted the President of ANIAS whom quickly rushed to the police station which is a Divisional Police Station (Awka B Division) and confirmed the death of Mr. Sulay Muhammed whom is a strong and functional member of ANIAS.
In the same light, the police B division DPO (Jonathan Modi) immediately called the State police headquarters which release the police ambulance and a team of armed police men accompanied the brothers and Igala Union head to where Mr. Sulay was murdered which was in an uncompleted building located at Ifite-Okpuno.
Finally, the President of ANIAS urged the police to do everything possible to bring the culprit to book which the DPO has assured him on. On that note, he Condole with the Sulay’s family and pray for God to grant them the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. And also used the platform to warn the entire ANIAS members to be watchful of their various activities from now henceforth because the days are evil.