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How a Pepper soup seller slumped, died at the sound of gunshots

The sudden death
of a 50-year-old pepper soup seller at the sound of sporadic gunshots by
police officers,has caused confusion in Kwale, headquarters of Ndokwa West Local
Government Area, Delta StateAccording to Vanguard, the deceased, whose identity could not be ascertained at press time,
allegedly slumped and died after trembling in shock during the gunshots
from men of the Special Anti-Kidnapping Squad of Delta State Police
Command, who stormed the area to arrest the National President of Ndokwa
Youths Alive Progressive Forum, NYAPF, Mr. Ozegbe Adoh.

The police, sources said, had invaded a shop close to the deceased’s
pepper soup restaurant at Esumpi Road, where Adoh was relaxing with his
friends at about 8p.m., shooting sporadically into the air.
“The deceased was not hit by stray bullets, but was visibly
overwhelmed by shock at the sound of the gunshots, which made him to
slump,” a source, who craved anonymity, said.
Contacted, Police Public Relations Officer of the command, Celestina
Kalu, said Adoh was a fleeing prime suspect in the vandalism of the
power plant.
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