In Anambra State, armed men attacked a Federal Road Safety Corps patrol team, killing two operatives and injuring the unit commander.
At around 2.45pm on Sunday, the team was reportedly conducting a routine patrol operation along the Igbo-Uku-Uga route when the gunmen opened fire on the driver and two other officials, while the fourth official escaped into the bush.
In a statement titled, ‘Two operatives shot dead as unknown gunmen attack FRSC patrol team in Anambra State,’ Corps Education Officer Bisi Kazeem confirmed the incident.
According to the report, the team leader was injured and was rushed to a hospital for treatment.
The statement read, “The Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, who was visibly touched decried the attack while condoling with the families of the deceased staff, the unit commander and staff of Igbo-Uku command, and the entire management and staff of the corps over the loss and prayed for their souls to rest in peace.”
Oyeyemi also assured that the corps is working with the Nigeria Police Force and other security agencies to ensure that the attackers are arrested and brought to justice.