Man shot dead and robbed by security man he hired to protect him (photos)

Friends of a Nigerian man who returned from abroad mourns him after he was shot dead and robbed by the security man he hired.

According to a Twitter user@Donald Osas, the security man killed the man and buried him in a shallow grave and absorbed with his car.

However the security man was later caught when he tried selling the car off in Port Harcourt to someone who called the police and he was apprehended.

The Twitter user wrote;

“I’m in tears and still in disbelief as my very good friend @markysumtin came back from abroad and started a project after all the hustle over the years he went to get a security escort for his protection lo and behold that same security personnel killed him and buried him in a Shallow grave then absconded with his Toyota Venza car he has been caught when he tried selling the car off in port harcourt to someone who tipped off the @NigeriaPolice please let justice take its course 😭RIP bro”

Another friend of the victim identified as Henry Kanu also confirmed the incident. He wrote;

“This greedy idiot with police placard was hired as a Bakassi security guard to this young man on white. He (deceased) move with him almost everywhere he go, he eat what he likes, drink any type drink on the deceased account. He never treated him like a security guard.

Out of his greed and get-rich-quick syndrome, shot and killed his boss and buried him in a shallow grave behind his gas plant. Took his Venza (pix behind the idiot) to Port Harcourt with his gang to dispose but the buyer was wise enough to notice and called in the Police who wasted no time in arresting him (the Idiot).

Please let’s becareful, this world is turning into something else. REST IN PEACE MY BROTHER ENYINNAYA MARK OGBONNA YOUR KILLER WILL KNOW NO PEACE.”

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