POLICE Releases Names, Photos Of Six Gruesomely Murdered Officers And Six Others Missing In Delta ๐ŸŽŠ The Scoper Media

NIGERIA Police Command has released the names and photos of six Officers murdered in active service to their fatherland and six others who are still missing in Delta State

According to the Press Release signed by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Muyiwa Adejobi available to SOJ WORLDWIDE, five suspects allegedly responsible for the gruesome murder have been arrested.

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun has ordered the payment of entitlements of the deceased to their families.

โ€œPolice Confirms Arrests of 5 Suspects, as IGP Orders Immediate Payment of Entitlements to Families; Assures Police Leadershipโ€™s Commitment to Responsibility, Robust Welfare.

The Nigeria Police Force is profoundly saddened by the devastating loss of six (6) courageous officers in Delta State, who exhibited exceptional valour in the face of adversity. These brave officers tragically fell victim to a cowardly ambush by armed assailants while undertaking a mission to investigate the disappearance and rescue of three of their colleagues in the Ohoro Forest, Delta State, while six (6) others are currently missing-in-action.

Our hearts extend to the families, friends, and colleagues of the fallen officers during this period of profound sorrow. We stand in solidarity with them, offering our deepest condolences and earnestly praying for the peaceful repose of the departed souls.โ€
READ ALSO: EXPOSED! SUSPECTED Boko Haram Agent In The Military Caught With Bullets Hidden Under His Waist (AMAZING VIDEO)


1) Inspector Abe Olubunmi (IRT) enlisted on 1st August, 2003;
2) Inspector Friday Irorere (51 PMF) enlisted on 1st January, 2003;
3) Sergeant Kuden Elisha (51 PMF) enlisted on 17th October, 2011;
4) Sergeant Akpan Aniette (51 PMF) enlisted on 17th October, 2011;
5) Sergeant Ayere Paul (IRT) enlisted on 17th October, 2011;
6) Sergeant Ejemito Friday (51 PMF) enlisted on 17th October, 2011.
READ ALSO: NAIRA Rates Against The USD, GBP, EURO Today March 23, 2024


1) Inspector Onoja Daniel enlisted 1st February, 2003;
2) Inspector Onogho Felix enlisted on 1st January, 2004;
3) Inspector Emmanuel Okoroafor enlisted 1st April, 2004;
4) Inspector Joel Hamidu enlisted 1st June 2006,
5) Sergeant Moses Eduvie enlisted 17th October, 2011, all of 51 PMF;
6) Sergeant Cyril Okorie (SWAT) enlisted 17th October, 2011.

โ€œFurthermore, the Nigeria Police Force is committed to honouring the memory of our fallen heroes by recognizing their bravery, dedication, and sacrifice. In accordance with this commitment, the Force will posthumously honour the slain officers for their noble service and ultimate sacrifice at the Nigeria Police Awards and Commendations Ceremony scheduled for April 5th, 2024 in Abuja.

In response to this grievous loss, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun Ph.D., NPM, has taken decisive actions as expected. The bodies of six (6) of the slain officers have been recovered after a fierce search conducted by a combined team of police officers and other security outfits.

The Force is focussed on the search for the other six (6) officers; while all their families have been duly contacted.
READ ALSO: SMUGGLERS Beat Custom Officer BLUE AND BLACK In Attempt To Smuggle Petrol Across Border

Additionally, the Inspector General of Police has mandated the expedited processing and payment of all entitlements due to the families of the fallen officers, aiming to alleviate any financial burdens they may encounter in this challenging time.

Similarly, immediate measures have been initiated to ensure that justice is served swiftly and the perpetrators of this abhorrent crime are brought to justice. The Inspector General of Police has mandated the deployment of all necessary resources and personnel to apprehend those responsible for this senseless killing of our officers, and this has led to the arrest of five (5) suspects in connection with the preceding incident and the killing, who are currently volunteering information necessary for the rounding up of all the perpetrators.

It is paramount to underscore that contrary to perceived notions in some quarters, the Nigeria Police Force is committed to responding decisively to the loss of its officers and men as a result of the many unforeseen hazards associated with our job due to the dynamics of crimes and criminality globally.

Recent incidents, such as the murder of SP Angbashim in Rivers State, where the perpetrators have been painstakingly traced to their hideout and decimated during the exchange of gunfire with gallant operatives of the Force is a vital pointer.โ€
READ ALSO: INSIDE LIFE: Corps Member Cries Out As NYSC Posts Him To Amotekun