Armed Forces of Nigeria

(VIDEO) Naval Brute Serves Police Cop ‘Breakfast’ In Delta

Ola ‘Kiya, Reporting

A ruthless brute from the ranks of the Nigerian Navy, on Friday morning, served an officer of the Nigeria Police, a hot ‘breakfast!’

The hot breakfast so served the cop identified as Kingsley were some hot jabs he received from the naval officer leading to a bloodied nose.

Stonix News gathered that rather than pursuing pirates and other criminals sabotaging the nation’s economy in the creeks and high seas, the naval personnel from the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS DELTA), Warri, elected to invade the Divisional Police Headquarters in Enerhen like terrorists to avenge an alleged infraction on one of them.

The police Sergeant, simply identified as Kingsley, was beaten with blood gushing out of his face by the overzealous naval personnel in Effurun.

Effurun is the headquarters of Uvwie Local Government Area sharing boundaries with Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State where the naval base is located.

The naval personnel, who spareheaded the inglorious invasion, is said to be a newly-commissioned officer attached to NNS Delta, Warri.

A gory video clip sighted by our reporter on Friday evening, revealed a bloodied nose of the policeman, who was seen spoiling for further showdown while some persons were seen pacifying him, perhaps to avert more jabs.

Sporadic gunshots were also heard at the background of the video even as people began to scamper to safety.

Amid the naval seeming gangsterism, gunshots rented the air in and around the premises of the station as early as 7.30 a.m on Friday, forcing nearby shop owners to hurriedly close business.

Residents of the area, who were either taking their children to schools or going to work during the mayhem, had to scamper back home until the shootings subsided.

The cause of the invasion could not be immediately ascertained.

It was, however, gathered that the Navy men were at the Police Station to seek the release of a colleague or relation arrested or molested earlier by policemen from the station.

None of the policemen was ready to speak to confirm the incident as of the time journalists visited the station, but normalcy had returned to the area.

Calls and text messages sent to the Navy Commander Samuel Musa, Base Operations Officer, NNS Delta, Warri, were not responded to.

Sources said the naval personnel involved in the incident had been detained while investigation into the mayhem had begun.

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