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Woman cries for justice over husband’s untimely death

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Gladys Kelikuma, the wife of a security firm owner has made an accusation that the police were responsible for the murder of her husband Ernest Kelikuma.

Ernest Kelikuma father of 10 children and a native of Ewechi-Onicha-Ukwuani in Ndokwa West Local Government Area of Delta State, was reportedly killed after he received a call from an investigating police officer who had called him over the arrest of an armed robber by his security outfit.

Kelikwuma’s security firm, called Ambassador Security Service and Co.

Nigeria Limited situated at No 52, Old market road, Onitsha in Anambra State, had arrested an armed robber, who was trying to break into a house in Fegge town and also recovered the robber’s gun.

According to Punch’s report, the wife of the deceased said the incident occurred at about 6:30pm on August 31, 2017 at Fegge Police Station, further stating that the remains of her husband were deposited at Boromi Hospital, Onitsha by the police.

Speaking on the unexpected death of Kelikwuma, the wife of the deceased, while speaking to Punch in Asaba, said that the spirit of her husband would not rest until it take revenge on his killers.

“My husband left the house full of life on that day after receiving a call from the police and never returned home. All they are telling us is that Ernest killed himself while trying to dislodge the gun found with the robber.”

Speaking about the incident, Kelikwuma’s son, Chidubem Kelikwuma said.

“On 31st August, my father and I were eating in the house when he received a call from Fegge Police Station on his MTN line at about 4.45pm.

“He immediately left the food and told me that his attention was needed at the police divisional headquarters and requested that I should go with him to the station, but I told him that I was tired and needed to rest.

“He left the house with the promise to return very soon, but we never saw him again. The next day, my mother told me that she received a call from the security adviser to my father requesting that she should come to the police station.

“The gun that the police claimed killed my father was the exhibit which my father’s security personnel, Emmanuel Akpan, handed over to the police after apprehending the armed robber.”

When the Police Public Relations Officer, Anambra State Police Command, Nkiruka Nwode, was contacted on the matter she reportedly said she was not aware of the case and then made a promise to call later.

But then, it was gathered that his call is yet to come in as promised.

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