In Delta State, a police officer named Bishop Eno is accused of shooting a lady after she reportedly rejected his marriage proposal. He has been recognised as the shooter.
A human rights activist, Fejiro Oliver, said on Friday, October 29 that the victim and the officer who beat him in Delta State Police Command’s Isoko division had been dating for five years before she discovered that he was married and had a kid.
In response, he requested that she return the N1.5 million he spent establishing a business for her. She refused.
She consented, but when he showed up at her door with a service revolver, he shot her dead. The following is an excerpt of his post:
He is a Nigerian police officer in SARS garb stationed in Isoko, and I’ve included a photo of him here.
It took him five years to date the woman in the photograph only to have her learn that he was married with a child by then. Last week, he proposed to her and he was rejected by her.
Officer Eno then requested that she return the N1.5M he spent opening the business for her, and the family agreed to that request on Wednesday.
To be ruthless, like the snake of Eden, as soon as it was arranged he’d go to the girlfriend’s home with a gun and shoot her.
When she was brought to a hospital in Warri, Nigeria, where she was given oxygen, she nearly died. Eno, the police officer, has escaped and has to be apprehended.