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Police pledge to probe Igwe's death

09 September 2014, 12:22

Abuja - The Acting Inspector-General of Police, (IGP) Suleiman Abba, has ordered an immediate and thorough investigation into the death of the late journalist, Dimgba Igwe.

Emmanuel Ojukwu Force Public Relations Officer, confirmed the development from Abuja.

Ojukwu said the IGP assured that the police would leave no stone unturned in their investigation towards unraveling the circumstances surrounding the late Dimgba’s death.

He condoled with the immediate family of the deceased journalist and the entire nation on the death.

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“The Inspector-General of Police has condoled with the immediate family of the deceased journalist, the Sun Newspapers and the entire nation on the death of the irrepressible, versatile and courageous journalist of note, the late Dimgba Igwe who died on Saturday, September 6, 2014 at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital allegedly, following injuries suffered from a hit and run vehicle at Okota, Lagos State,” read a statement.

The late journalist was knocked down by a vehicle while jogging around his residence in Lagos.

He was 58.

- CAJ News


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