Gunmen Kill a Nigerian in South Africa
Nigerian Citizens Association in South Africa (NICASA) has announced plan to repatriate the remains of a Nigerian man who was shot dead by armed robbers in Johannesburg, South Africa.
It was gathered that the deceased identified as Mr. Michael Chima Echefu, a native of Amaigbo, Imo State, was killed three weeks ago in his shop.
"The unfortunate incident happened on Monday 27th June 2022. According to eye witness account, the deceased was shot and killed by a South African robbery gang who robbed him at gun point in his shop located at Rissik and Jeppe Street, Johannesburg," the statement read.
"During the robbery, the deceased was shot twice on the head by one of the members of the robbery gang in his attempt to flee the robbery scene. An investigation into the incidence is ongoing and no arrest has been made. Late Mr. Echefu is survived by wife; Ugochi Echefu, three children and loved ones."
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