Operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in Bori, who were said to be escorting illegally refined crude oil, have been accused of killing three youth members of a local surveillance group at Luebe community in Khana LGA of River State.
It is understood that the SARS men open fired on the youths who were on local surveillance after they noticed that the policemen were engaging in the criminal activity of escorting illegally refined crude oil through their community to Ndoki in Oyingbo LGA of the state.
Below is how a Facebook user, Kalabari J. Barivule, reported the tragic incident with graphic photos:
Three (3) youths of Luebe Community in Khana LGA were killed while several others injured about 8:15pm yesterday.
The Paramount Ruler of the Community Chief Micah Saakara confirmed the incident, accused men of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) in Bori who allegedly opened fire on the youths that were on local surveillance and noticed that (SARS) was escorting illegal refined crude oil through their community (Luebe) to Ndoki in Oyigbo LGA of Rivers State.
In a swift reaction, the CTC Chairman of Khana LGA Chief Hon. Gbene Lekue Zini condemned the incident and called on the Commissioner of Police, Rivers State to investigate, arrest and prosecute the perpetrators of this act. He also called on the people of Luebe Community to remain calm and law-abiding as he will make sure that Justice is not delayed.
See graphic photos below..