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Motorcycle Rider Kills Police Commissioner In C’River

A commercial motorcyclist has killed an Assistant Commissioner of Police attached to Zone 6 Police Headquarters Calabar.

She is ACP (Barr) Vivian Chinemerem Aworonye.

CrossRiverWatch reports that the incident occurred in Calabar metropolis, Cross River State, South South of Nigeria.

The report said the motorcycle knocked her down while crossing from her Zone 6 office to the other side of the road.

As a result, the motorcycle rider hit her at about 6:30 PM.

Afterward, she fell on her head and was immediately rushed to Bakor private Hospital.

The private facility located about 1.5 kilometers East of the Zone 6 Headquarters of the Nigerian Police Force.

Furthermore, she was referred to Psychiatrist Hospital, because of her head injury but later passed on in the Teaching Hospital.

On the other hand, Truth Live News gathered the senior Police Officer had no accommodation in any of the Police Barracks.

Therefore, she decided to stay in one of the police offices within the Zone 6.

Although, prior to her death, she was on transfer from the Force Legal Department, Abuja.

Meanwhile, In a short message to the effect, the Zone’s Police Public Relations Officer, SP Nelson Okpai, has condoled the family.

SP Okpai, said the Police has opened a condolence register at the Zone 6 Headquarters.

Accordingly, “May her gentle soul rest in peace.”

Also , the Zone 6 Police Headquarters, Calabar has regretted announcing the demise of ACP (Barr) Vivian Chinemerem Aworonye who until her death was the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Department of Finance and Administration.

Nevertheless, the motorcyclist has been taken into police custody.

Recall that earlier Truth Live News reported that Cross River State Governmment again has reiterated ban on the use of motorcycle in Calabar metropolis.

Although, the incident happened on the heels of the statement from the State Government earlier in the week.

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