See Picture And Full Name Of Army General Killed Inside His Abuja Apartment Following Unexpected Attack By Gunmen

In a tragic incident that has shocked the nation, retired Brigadier General Harold Udokwere was killed by gunmen who attacked his residence at No 1, Sanga Street, Sunshine Homes by Kabusa Junction in Lokogoma, Abuja. The attack occurred in the early hours of June 22, 2024, and has raised serious concerns about security in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The armed assailants, who were reportedly robbers, broke into Brigadier General Udokwere’s house around 3:00 a.m. They demanded jewelry, money, and other valuables from the General. Despite complying with their demands, the robbers shot Brigadier General Udokwere and injured a neighborhood guard who tried to intervene.

Brigadier General Udokwere was immediately rushed to the National Hospital Abuja, where he was pronounced dead upon arrival. His death has left his family, friends, and the entire community in deep mourning.

Following the incident, the FCT Police Commissioner, CP Benneth Igweh, ordered a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the attack. A statement released by SP Josephine Adeh, the spokesperson for the Police Command, provided details about the tragic event and the ongoing efforts to apprehend the perpetrators.

“The armed robbery attack resulted in the untimely demise of Brigadier General Uwem Harold Udokwere (rtd.) on June 22, 2024, at approximately 03:00 a.m.,” the statement read. “Expressing profound condolences to the bereaved family, CP Benneth Igweh assured the family and the public of swift justice, with every effort in conduit to ensure the perpetrators of the atrocious act are apprehended and brought to justice.”

The Police Commissioner also reaffirmed the commitment of the FCT Police Command to enhancing the security landscape of Abuja. “The command will continually adapt strategies to effectively combat evolving criminal activities. Updates on this matter will be provided in due course,” the statement concluded.

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Brigadier General Harold Udokwere, a respected and highly decorated officer, retired from active service with an impressive record. Known for his dedication, bravery, and leadership, General Udokwere served in various capacities within the Nigerian Army, contributing significantly to national security.

Upon his retirement, he remained active in community service and was admired for his philanthropic efforts. His untimely death is not only a significant loss to his family and friends but also to the larger community and the nation.

The Lokogoma community has been deeply affected by the incident. Neighbors and local residents expressed their shock and grief, describing Brigadier General Udokwere as a kind and generous man who was always willing to help others. “This is a great loss. He was a pillar in our community,” said a neighbor who preferred to remain anonymous. “We hope the authorities find those responsible and bring them to justice swiftly…..See More

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