The Federal Capital Territory Police Command has made significant strides in the investigation of the tragic murder of retired Brigadier General Uwem Harold Udokwere, announcing the arrest of four suspects linked to the crime. This development was disclosed by the FCT Commissioner of Police, Beneth Igweh, during a press briefing held at the FCT Police Command headquarters in Abuja on Monday.

In a solemn procession, the Commissioner presented the apprehended suspects, underscoring the Command’s commitment to justice and the safety of residents in the nation’s capital. He also identified two additional suspects who remain at large, urging the public to assist in their swift apprehension.

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Highlighting the broader efforts of the Command, Commissioner Igweh mentioned successful operations against notorious kidnappers and their associates. Notably, the capture of Isah Mohammed, who had escaped from Kuje Correctional Center and was actively involved as a chief informant for criminal activities, demonstrates the Command’s vigilance and determination.

Addressing challenges in law enforcement, Commissioner Igweh acknowledged the complexity of criminals evading arrest by crossing state borders. Despite these obstacles, he reassured the public of the Command’s unwavering dedication to maintaining the highest security standards across the Federal Capital Territory.

The incident that led to the tragic death of Brigadier General Udokwere, as reported earlier by the Federal Capital Territory Police Command, occurred during an armed robbery assault on his estate early Saturday morning. The investigation into this heinous crime continues, with the Command leaving no stone unturned to bring all perpetrators to justice and ensure such acts of violence are swiftly curtailed in Abuja.

This commitment underscores the imperative for robust community cooperation and vigilance, as the FCT Police Command continues its relentless pursuit of safety and security for all residents of the Federal Capital Territory.