FCT Police restore normalcy in Lugbe,as hoodlums kill man,30 over religious argument 

The Nigeria Police Force, Federal Capital Territory FCT Command,has restored normalcy to Lugbe ,an Abuja surbub after the break down of law and order as a result of argument on religion which led to the death of a 30year old man.
According to a statement signed by FCT Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Josephine Adeh,one Ahmad Usman a 30years old member of the local vigilante around Tipper garage at Federal Housing Estate in Lugbe Area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), today 4th of June 2022 at about 13:00hrs got into an argument with a Cleric (Malam) whose name is yet unknown from the same area.
The heated argument degenerated into an outbreak of violence that led to the murder and setting ablaze of Ahmad Usman by the enraged mob mobilized by the clergy numbering about Two hundred (200).
Upon the receipt of this information, a quick intervention team comprised of The Surveillance and Ambush team of the Command attached to the Lugbe Divisional Police Headquarters was drafted to the scene where the enflamed victim was rescued suffering severe degrees of burn and taken immediately to the hospital where he was confirmed dead by a Doctor on call.
Police added that normalcy has since been restored to the situation, while monitoring and surveillance of the area continues.
FCT Police Command therefore enjoined Residents to go about their lawful duties without fear or apprehension of any kind from any quarters as discrete investigation continued to unravel facts surrounding the ugly incident and to effect the arrest of the perpetrators therein.
The FCT Commissioner of Police, CP Babaji Sunday , while warning against the indiscriminate act of self-help in obtaining justice known as Jungle justice, stated that adequate sanctions will be meted on subscribers of this crude and dastardly act.
“Additionally, members of the public are urged to remain vigilant, eschew every form of disorderliness, and report any suspicious or abnormal occurrence to the Police through the following emergency lines: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, and 08028940883, While the Public Complaint Bureau (PCB) desk, could be reached on: 0902 222 2352” Police stated.

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