Mobile Policeman Killed Soldier In Delta State: Mopol Who Shot Soldier Dead, Stole His Gun On The Run

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Mopol Flees After Killing Soldier At Shell Oil Company In Odimodi Burutu Delta State

A trigger happy mobile policeman who shot and killed his fellow Joint Task Force, JTF member during a disagreement in Delta state is yet to be found.

The incident happened at shell oil firm in Odimodi area of Burutu LGA of the state on Saturday around noon.

According to eyewitnesses, the two men in uniform guarding the facility were heard arguing and the next thing people heard were gunshots.

On getting to the scene of the murder, they found the lifeless body of the soldier on the floor .

The suspect later fired shots into the air to scare people away before stealing his victim’s gun and ran away.

The fleeing mobile policeman is yet to be arrested as at the time of this report.

7 thoughts on “Mobile Policeman Killed Soldier In Delta State: Mopol Who Shot Soldier Dead, Stole His Gun On The Run

  1. what do u expect in a banana repub.they kill.each other,conspire to kidnap and molest the citizenry as well.breakdown of law and order.

  2. initial headline was mopol killing soldier but reading it through,it states soldier killed fellow jtf soldier..naija gist..too bad to cut off my submission rather than take correction..i pointed out your mistake and instead of noting it down with appreciation which journalism stood for.u removed that part and released the rest.not cool

    • A soldier and policeman can be part of a Joint Task Force @ironbar. That part can’t be removed because they are Joint Task Force members. Please be kind in your correction.
      Insulting a writer is not that cool. Thank you.

    • Cmon now Iron bar this is the first time I will see this type of comment from you.
      Don’t you know what JTF means? please go to google to find out more.
      JTF is a combined force of mobile police, soldiers, civil defence,etc.
      Special JTF involves DSS,etc.

  3. Mr benson.u missed the point.i know from adam that jtf is a combination of police and military forces.their initial headlines was mopol kills soldier an dwhen u go through the article it says a soldier killed a soldier .my take on this,a mopol will be never be a soldier.it would be better put a jtf member kills colleague during disagreement.naija gist quickly changed took off the first line that states a soldier kills a soldier then inserted police kiled fellow jtf.instead of acknowledging such mistake which was corrected,they rather lecturing me on jtf acronym.well we all make mistakes and must stand ready for any correction.naija gist..una don win .

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