By: Rahmatullah Mahmud

The Commissioner of Police Delta State, CP Ari Muhammed Ali, FCIA, today assured members of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Delta State Chapter when he received them in his office over the unfortunate incident of Dr. Uyi Iluobe. National Association of Online Security News Publishers, NAOSNP gathered that the doctor was murdered in his hospital, Olivet Clinic, Oghareki, Oghara, Ethiope West LGA, Delta State on 29/12/2022.

In his press statement e-signed and released to NAOSNP after the meeting, by the Delta Police PRO, DSP Bright Edafe hinted that hoodlums had attacked and shot Dr. Uyi Iluobe in his hospital. This led to his death.

DSP Edafe noted: ‘Preliminary investigation revealed that on the said date, a female patient whose name and address are not known came to the hospital at about 1940 hours pretending to have abdominal pain. While the doctor was attending to her, she made a phone call to the suspects whom she deceptively invited to come and pay her bill and that she was being treated by the doctor.’

‘Moments later, the hoodlums stormed the hospital in a Toyota vehicle, entered the doctor’s office, and shot him twice in the chest, leading to his death. The purported female patient fled alongside the suspects.’

The Commissioner of Police, CP Ari Muhammed Ali while extending his heartfelt condolences to the family members of the deceased medical doctor and also members of the Nigerian Medical Association reassured them that the case will be thoroughly investigated to ensure that the deserved justice is served.

‘Finally, it is pertinent to state clearly that the rumours making rounds that the family members of a supposedly dead patient were responsible for the murder of the doctor is completely false and should be disregarded as there is no record of any patient that died prior to the unfortunate incidence. The Command thus wishes to finally use this opportunity to seek assistance of all and sundry in our effort to lift the veil off the face of the perpetrators’, Edafe concluded.

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