According to eye witness, the young graduate of Industrial Chemist had actually pleaded he was not an armed robber before Timothy Inspector shot Onyekachi Nwasouba.
The incident occured on November 10 , 2010 at No 34 Old Aba road, Port Harcourt at about 5am
Well enough, this incident will not go unpunished and that is why the Nigerian law enforcement agencies are taken this to the extreme end. How can one explain this? you shot a man whose hands were up pleading not to have any sort of weapon on him
Onyekachi Nwasouba the deceased according to the information made available to our team, when the court resumed hearing on the issue was a producer and distributor of his brand of sachet water. He was out distributing his sachet pure water to his various customers when he was shot by inspector Timothy.
The judge incharge of the case Justice Enebeli in his judgement mentioned that the said the matter had been in his court 5 years ago. Justice Enebeli described the convict as being inhuman and that he does not fit to live among descent humans in this world.
“inhuman trigger-happy policeman, who engages in murder; a hater of humankind and merciless killer, after hearing that the victim was an ordinary pure water seller”.
“According to Section 319 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I do not have the power to reduce your sentence. That, you, Inspector Timothy Sampson be hanged on your neck until you are dead”, he ruled.
In the same vein, the judge Justice Enebeli discharged and acquitted the other person involved in the matter Corporal Moses Obediah, saying that the testimonies of the witnesses and others before the court showed that he did not conspire with Inspector Timothy to brutally murder the young graduate Onyekachi Nwasouba