Police Officer Escapes After Allegedly Shooting Girlfriend For Refusing To Marry Him

Bishop Eno, an officer of the Nigeria Police force is currently on the run after he allegedly shot his girlfriend for rejecting his marriage proposal.

Neptune Prime reports that, Eno has been in a relationship with the lady for five years before the incident and had recently asked for the woman’s hand in marriage, but she reportedly turned him down.

Fejiro Oliver, a Human rights activist, who disclosed the incident in a social media post on Friday, October 29, said that the officer attached to the Isoko division of the Delta State Police Command and the victim dated for five years only for her to find out that he is already married with a child.

According to a report by Naija News, it was gathered that the lady rejected Eno’s proposal only for that reason and he subsequently demanded she refunds over a million and a half he spent opening a shop for her.

While she is said to have agreed to do so, the angered officer reportedly went to her house with a service pistol and shot her.

“Bishop Eno who I have attached his picture here is an officer of the Nigerian Police Force wearing SARS uniform and serving in Isoko.

“For five years, he dated the lady attached, only for her to find out that he was married with a kid. He asked for her hand in marriage last week which she turned down.

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“Officer Eno then asked that she refunds the N1.5M he spent in the opening shop for her which the family agreed to on Wednesday.

“Brutal like the Edenic serpent, he couldn’t wait for the day agreed as he went with a service pistol to the girlfriend’s house and shot her.

“She almost passed on as she was rushed to a hospital in Warri where she was given oxygen. Officer Eno is on the run and needs to be arrested,” he said.


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