According to reliable sources, Mr. Emeka Ogbuja and Mr Nnaji Anya the road safety officers who out of sheer luck missed being murdered by the Abia speakers police details has been unceremoniously discharged from living word hospital Aba, where they were receiving treatment for the bullet wounds they sustained in the hands of trigger happy police men who allegedly opened fire on the federal agents on duty on the orders of the speaker for daring to stop his wife who was travelling in an unmarked vehicle.

Information reaching us is that Emeka Ogbuja who is still carrying bullets in his buttocks and the neck region and Nnaji Anya the driver who was shot severally at his left arm has been discharged from the hospital without proper arrangement for further treatment, while their hospital bills were paid by the DPO of Abayi police station.

According to sources, Emeka a native of Umuahia and Nnaji from Nkporo all in Abia State have all retired back to their villages where they are expected to be coming to Aba every day for further treatment at their own cost.

Our investigations revealed that Mr. Emeka had expressed fears over his life and security and had therefore gone ahead to commence treatment at FMC Umuahia, because he cannot afford to travel to Aba daily with bullets wounds in his body.

Sources also said, the FRSC has gone to court on the matter, but it is still not clear if the FRSC is suing Mrs Kanu and company for violating traffic rules or the speaker for assault and attempted murder of their men, our efforts to get information on the nature of the suit was however not successful as the command had said that it is an inter-agency matter and has declined releasing further information to the press.

It was also reported that the FRSC team leader on duty at the umuikaa junction on that very day was also physically assaulted and his uniform torn by the speaker’s security men, Who also went ahead to bundle him inside the boot of their vehicle to umuikaa police station where the speaker ordered for his detention.

Efforts to speak with the Abia State Speaker were not successful, at the time of this report.

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