Delta police visit family of man killed by Inspector over N100

The Delta State Police Command has paid a condolence visit to the family of the man who was recently shot dead by one Inspector Ebri Ubi over N100.

The State Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Ari Ali, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Johnson Adenola, paid a condolence visit to the family in the company of the police Public Relations Officer, Bright Edafe, Asaba Area Commander and others.

Earlier in the week in the state capital, Asaba, Insp. Ubi shot the man, identified as Onyeka Ibe, for refusing to give a bribe of N100.

Onyeka was identified as a phone seller in the popular Ogbeogonogo market in the state.

The officers expressed their pain over the undeserved death of their son, adding that the Force sympathizes with them all.

Adenola said late Onyeka was well known to many officers of the Command and was a good friend of the Police.

He further said that there is no excuse for the actions of Inspector Ubi and that he will answer for his error. Ubi had already been arrested by the state Police.

In the same breath, he assured the family that the AIG, Ari Mohammed Ari, is determined to let justice be served after the conclusion of the internal disciplinary process, which already began since the culprit was arrested.

The family expressed their gratitude to the Police for their condolence visit, and reaffirmed their desire to get justice from the Force regarding their loss.