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Missing Enugu governorship aspirant found dead


ENUGU – A former gubernatorial aspirant of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) in Enugu State in the just concluded elections, Engineer Dons Ude, who has been declared missing since last Saturday, has been found dead.

A close family source told our correspondent that he was found dead at the 9th-mile area of Enugu State. His vehicle was also reported to have been recovered.

The police are yet to make an official statement on the incident.

A one-time State Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), Ude, was not picking his calls, raising fears that he might have been abducted.

According to the source, his telephone was later found by the wall of the Ogui Police Station, confirming fears that he could have run into trouble.

His wife who had been trying the line was later informed that the phone was found.

She was said to have reported at the station where she narrated that she had been trying to reach him without success.

The source however said nobody was sure if he had been kidnapped. “But it’s certain that he is missing and nobody knows his whereabouts”. (Journalist101)

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