NNPC security guard killed in Ondo State following robbery attack
A security guard at the NNPC fuel station in Akure, Ondo state capital city have been shot dead – Moses was said to have been killed by some suspected armed robbers who invaded the fuel station on Sunday, November 10.
Sources said the gunmen used a matchet on Moses’ head before shooting him to death during the attack.
Daily Trust reports that the guard referred to as Moses was said to have been shot by the gunmen at about 1.30 am shortly after the station’s operation had been shut down for the day.
It was gathered that the suspected armed robbers invaded the fuel station on Onyearugbulem road at Shagari Village junction in the sunshine state capital and overpowered the 27-year-old guard.
Also, one of the deceased teeth was said to have been removed by the robbers who gained entry into the facility by destroying some doors. The sources said the armed robbers forcefully accessed the main office of the fuel state by destroying a burglary proof and some iron doors and also succeeded in destroying a CCTV camera in the facility.
While it is still unclear if cash was taken away by the robbers, a fuel attendant at the station said the incident is shocking to staff.
Also, a supervisor at the station said the matter has already been reported to the Nigeria Police command in Akure for immediate action.
Meanwhile, the Police in the state through its spokesperson, Femi Joseph, has said that an autopsy will be carried out during its investigation on the matter.