Clifford Ordia escapes death after being attacked


Senator Clifford Ordia of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) approached the government to address Nigeria's insecurity issues, cautioning that nobody is protected any longer in the country. 

Ordia said this after a furnished group assaulted his escort while he was getting back from Edo to Abuja on Monday, April 26. 

The government legislator addressing Edo state focal told writers on Wednesday, April 28, that the shooters started shooting at his caravan along the Okene-Lokoja street in Kogi, harming three of his security helpers, The Cable additionally revealed. 

Ordia, who expressed that he is as yet damaged after the appalling experience, portrayed his trials: 

"During the trade, three of the cops supported weapon wounds. One of them was basically harmed. We needed to promptly surge them to the Federal Medical Center in Lokoja, Kogi state. 

"They gave a valiant effort and had the option to settle them. I'd to promptly placed a call across the Federal Medical Center in Abuja to be on reserve. One of the police officers had a shot stopped near his liver. 

"We met another mishap around Abaji. There was traffic in light of the episode and on the grounds that we needed to save the existences of the injured police officers, we chose to take an action. They started shooting at us. A few vigilantes needed to join the police officers and they were pursued into the hedge." 

In the interim, the home of Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo state, Omuma in Oru East nearby government region, was on Saturday, April 24, burnt by an obscure group of shooters who additionally prevailing with regards to killing a security official. 

A source said the trespassers in a firearm fight with security agents, fired dead two of them, adding that the fiery blaze annihilated vehicles around the lead representative's home. 

The frightful occurrence was affirmed by the official for data and system, Declan Emelumba.

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