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JUST IN: How Yandev Amaabai’s Son Was Killed In Benue


JUST IN: How Yandev Amaabai's Son Was Killed In Benue


Orkuma,the son of Yandev Amaabai was assassinated by some alleged political thugs last night.


According to reports, son of the Gboko based political chieftain of  Peoples Democratic Party,PDP, was killed at his residence.

Although, no official report has been released by the family of the decease.

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Sources who reached out to QUEENDOOSH correspondence told our reporters that the assiliants who were in a jeep trailed the decease to a house believed to be that of his girlfriend ,located behind Banner Water Factory in Gboko and asked a lady who was in the compound to go inform him, that they have a message for him. She did and immediately he came out he was shot dead alongside the lady who was screaming for help.

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Also, another source alleged that Orkuma was trailed by his killers while he was on his way back to his home after a sit out with friends.

His remains have since been deposited at the TBT hospital mortuary.

It would be recall that Prince Yandev Amaabai was the Director in charge of Security of the State PDP campaign council in the just concluded 2019 election.

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May the soul of the decease rest in peace. Amen!

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