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UPDATE: How NECO registrar died


The Chief  Registrar of the National Examinations  Council,  Professor Godswill Obioma has been reportedly killed by assassins on Monday night.

The Registrar was said to have been attacked in his compound in Minna immediately  on arrival  from a trip in Abuja.

Reports have it that the assasins struggled him to death in the presence of his wife and that they did not take away anything  or property

The press learnt  that police and SSS have condoned off the area in continuation  of investigations.

Meanwhile, Ibom Leak News also gathered from the family the Prof. Godswill was said to have slumped in his bedroom in Minna, Niger State yesterday after an official trip to Abuja and rushed by his wife and other relatives back to National Hospital, Abuja where he eventually gave up the ghost.

Late Obioma was the 7th Registrar of the Council. Circumstances surrounding his demise are still unknown but assassination as being rumoured is ruled out.

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