Monday, 6 January 2014
van near the bank's branch at Amigo junction, along Nnamdi Azikiwe
Witnesses said the police officers closed from their duty post at the
bank and were leaving the premises when they were attacked around 4:30
"The gunmen just came from nowhere on a motorcycle and opened fire on
the police officers who just closed from duty at the bank. Everybody
started scampering for safety before security agents took control and
cordoned off the area," a witness said. "The gunmen zoomed off as they
continued to shoot sporadically leaving the lifeless body of the
victims in the pool of their own blood."
The Police Public Relations Officer in Kaduna, Aminu Lawal, while
confirming the incident said it was too early to say whether the
officers are dead.
"It is too early for us to say whether the officers are dead because
the incident just happened not quite 30 minutes ago and they have been
taken to the hospital," he said. "We are waiting for the doctor's
report before we can ascertain that."
"We have also responded to the incident and will give you details very
soon," he added.
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sky in the city of Jeddah Sunday, with police
saying they could be the remains of a person
trapped in an airplane's wheel bay.
"Police received a telephone call at 2:30 am from
a witness reporting the fall of human remains at
an intersection in Mushrefa neighbourhood" in the
Red Sea city, spokesman Nawaf bin Naser al-Bouq
said in a statement.
Initial indications were that the remains "fell from
a plan's landing gear," said Bouq, adding that
investigations were ongoing.
In a desperate attempt to cross borders, some
people at poorly monitored airports climb inside
the bays holding the landing gear of planes. Most
of them freeze to death once the aircraft reach
cruising altitude, but some survive.
In 2010, the head of Beirut's airport security
resigned after the death of a man who managed
to sneak onto a runway undetected and hide in
the wheel bay of a Saudi-bound jet.
The man's body was found by a maintenance
worker in Riyadh who was inspecting the landing
gear of the Saudi-owned Nas Air Airbus 320 after it
touched down there.