Anglican priest murdered in Imo, car burnt

Some gunmen, on Tuesday, killed an Anglican Priest in his personage in Orsu Iheteukwa, in Orsu Local Government Area of Imo State.

The Priest identified as Rev. Emeka Merenu, serving under the Anglican Diocese of Orlu, and who hailed from Nkwerre LGA of Imo State, was killed Tuesday morning.

He was killed on the unfounded allegation that he brought in soldiers to secure the church and school under his supervision.

His car according to TribuneOnline‘s findings, was also burnt.

When contacted the Imo State Police Public Relations Officers CSC Michael Abatham confirmed the incident.

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