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Apo 6: How To Get Away With Murder In Nigeria

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Netizens on X (Formerly Twitter) discussed DCP Danjuma’s involvement in the June 2005 death of the Apo Six as they opened his book of memory. The girlfriend of one of the Apo six, who were Igbo traders at the Apo Spare Parts Market in Abuja, was brutally murdered and then unjustly implicated in order to hide the crime committed against them.

Ifeanyi Ozor, Chinedu Meniru, Anthony Nwokike, Paulinus Ogbonna, Ekene Isaac Mgbe, and Augustina Arebu—the sole female who is Ifeanyi Ozor’s fiancée—are their names.

Danjuma allegedly made romantic attempts to the woman, but she declined them. The officer, who was displeased with the other five, stormed off to the closest police checkpoint on Gimbiya Street. Then, according to reports, he informed the local police that he had seen a group of armed thieves. They trailed after him, doing what he said and firing upon the five men and one woman.

Four of them supposedly passed away right there, while the woman and the guy who had escaped the first time were reported missing, located, and killed the next day. Danjuma personally strangled Tina, the woman, to death.

In an effort to paint the deceased as armed robbers, Danjuma is said to have hidden locally manufactured pistols in a Peugeot 406 owned by one of them after obtaining them from the Garki police station. The Police Force attempted, as usual, to conceal the truth.

The sluggish wheels of selective justice in Nigeria have convicted two out of the murderers, despite the fact that the president at the time, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, established a judicial panel of inquiry that performed an exhaustive job of investigation, establishment of facts, and even recommendations. But the court who sentenced said that there was not enough evidence to convict senior officer Danjuma. A junior officer implicated in the murder who had consented to speak before the inquiry died under suspicious circumstances, with an autopsy revealing that he had been poisoned; another officer left incarceration and vanished from sight.

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Even worse, according to Sahara reporters, they were informed by a wireless message that Danjuma, who had been fired from the force based on the commission’s decision, had been formally reinstated. During the period of termination, all salary and benefits were paid. He received a promotion to assistant inspector general and was sent on a refresher course!

That concludes our crash course on how to avoid being found guilty of murder by AIG Danjuma.


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