Breaking News: POLICE DECLARE Rivers House Majority Leader CHIDI LLOYD WANTED •Charges against him: alleged conspiracy, attempted murder, wounding, and willful damage
By News Express on 17/07/2013
The Police in Rivers State, South-South Nigeria, today declared the Majority Leader of the state House of Assembly, Mr. Chidi Lloyd, wanted in connection with the July 9 crisis in the assembly.
The Police Public Relations Officer of the command (PPRO), Mrs. Angela Agabe, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Port Harcourt that Lloyd, the lawmaker representing Emohua constituency in the assembly, was wanted over alleged conspiracy, attempted murder, wounding, and willful damage.
She said that the lawmaker was last seen in the assembly on July 9, and that he failed to respond to police invitation, which she explained, elapsed on July 15.
“The Rivers State Police Command has declared wanted, one Honourable Chidi Lloyd, a native of Emohua, in Emohua Local Government Area, Rivers State.
“About 37 years of age, he is the Majority Leader of the Rivers House of Assembly. He was involved in a case of conspiracy, attempted murder, wounding, and willful damage on the 9th of July 2013.
“The crime is being investigated by a special team from the Inspector-General of Police in collaboration with the state Criminal Investigation Division, Rivers command.
“He was last seen at the Rivers State House of Assembly on the 9th of July 2013. All efforts to trace his whereabouts have so far proved abortive.”
Agabe urged the people of the state to give the police useful information that could lead to the arrest of Lloyd and assist the command to fight crime in the state.
She said the command was determined to check crime and protect lives and property of the people in the state. (NAN)
•Photo shows Lloyd (in white) attacking another lawmaker on July 9.
Source News Express
Posted 17/07/2013 3:03:46 PM
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