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    Gun men kill Ebubeagu Personnel in Ebonyi

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    David Akpu Abakaliki

    Gunmen have killed a member of Ebonyi State Command of the Ebubeagu South-East security outfit, identified as Mr Sunday Izhikpa.

    Reliable sources from the area said the murdered Ebubeagu member is a native of Nduakparata Igbeagu in Izzi LGA of Ebonyi State.

    It was gathered that he was killed by the alleged unknown gunmen at his duty post, Mkpuma Ekwa-oku in Izzi LGA of the State on Thursday night.

    The deceased corpse, it was learnt, had been evacuated from the area, Friday morning.

    The State Police spokesman, SP Chris Anyanwu, confirmed the incident

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