N200m Reward For Anyone Who Provides Information On New Year Murderers In Omoku

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The Rivers State government has placed a reward of
N200 million to track killers of 16 persons, including women and children, who
were returning from New Year cross-over in Omoku.
Troubled Omoku, Headquarters of Ogba-Egbema/Ndoni
council area, recently started enjoying peace after several months of
cult-related violence.
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has placed a bounty
to trace the gunmen, who carried out the attack.
The Governor, in reaction to the attack, promised to
reward anyone who can identify the perpetrators with the sum of N200 million.
Wike said this on Tuesday during a visit to the
community, alongside heads of security agencies in the state. He assured the
victims of government’s support and also vowed to ensure that the perpetrators
are brought to book.
One of the victims of the attack, who lost her husband
and child in the attack told the Governor that the hoodlums stormed her home on
the day of the attack and suddenly started shooting anyone in sight.
A combined team of the army, the Police, Department of
State Services (DSS) and men of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corp
(NSCDC) have since swung into action to ensure arrest the suspects behind the
attack.
The senator representing Rivers South-East, Sen.
Magnus Abe, has described the killing in the early hours of the New Year day as
barbaric and senseless.
A statement by his media aide, Mr Parry Benson, on
Tuesday said Abe expressed worries over the re-emergence of violence and crime
in the area.
He said it was needless for humans to take the lives
others.
“The incident should be condemned by every right
thinking Rivers man and woman.
“Rivers communities should not be allowed to become
haven for blood thirsty hoodlums,’’ he said.
The senator urged the Nyesom-Wike-led government to
assist security agencies with the needed tools to tackle the security
challenges bedevilling the state.
“The killing in Omoku is an indication that all is not
well, the state government should assist security agencies with the needed
tools to tackle these rising state of insecurity.

“The state government must drastically re-engineer the
security architecture of the state, and provide funding to fight crime to sop
this endless waste of human lives,’’ he said. 
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