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Benue-born serving police officer declared missing

Written By Idoma Television on Thursday, May 26, 2016 | 9:33:00 AM

The family of Atorough Vishigh Vincent wish to call on the general public to pray for the release of their son Atorough David Torbee, a police officer serving with Ibafo police station in Obafemi Awode Egba local govt of Ogun state. Corporal Atorough David Torbee who went on duty with three of colleagues on 11th may 2016 and was the only person that was reported missing, while his colleagues came back unhurt.

We are therefore, falling on the Inspector General of Police (IG), Police Service Commission, to prevail on Ogun state commissioner of police to expedite action towards the release of our brother, uncle, husband and father. 

We also noticed a clear case of complicity from his colleagues, because prior to the incident, our brother called home and reported to us of threat to his life by his colleagues especially their team driver, one Mr Shola the person he is accommodating, more so, the flimsy explanation they gave that Corporal Atorough David Torbee, took a cyclist a lone in the night at about 8:25pm to chase a vehicle that refused to stop at their duty post and never returned, when they had a vehicle with them and the lackadaisical attitude of the DPO Ibafo Police Station towards this case confirmed our suspicions. 

Consequently, we are calling on the State House of Assembly member representing the good people of Guma, House of Rep member representing Makurdi/Guma fed. Constituency Hon Dickson Tarkighir and senator representing Benue North West(Zone B) Senator Dr George Akume, His Excellency Governor Samuel Ortom to use their good offices to prevail on the appropriate authority to double up their efforts to ensure the release of their constituent and also to ensure that justice is done on this case. 

We sincerely appreciate those who are with us in this most difficult and trying moment of our lives especially the Tiv community in Ibafo, through their efforts we were able to get this tragic news. We are also calling on civil right activist/bodies and concerned citizens to help and pray for the release of our beloved brother. May Almighty God bless you all. 

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