Metro Nigerian arrested in US for murdering man over $40

Nigerian arrested in US for murdering man over $40

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A 22-year-old Nigerian man, Ofon Phillip Idiong has been charged for killing his 22-year-old friend, Brian Njoku, who was also a Nigeria.

Nigerian arrested in US for murdering man over $40

According to reports, Ofon killed Njoku over a $40 debt which the deceased had been trying to pay but is bank kept reversing. The report read;

“Ofon picked up Brian and they went to a mutual friend’s house at 8811 Gustine Lane, to watch a basketball match on Monday, September 7,2020.

“The suspect asked for his money but Brian tried to explain the situation. An argument ensued and Ofon brought out a gun and shot him .”

According to City of Houston News, Houston Police Department patrol officers responded to a shooting call at the crime scene and found Brian suffering from gunshot wounds. They administered first aid and quickly rushed him to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The suspect initially fled the scene but returned and was interviewed by Houston police detectives. He was subsequently charged for his role in Njoku’s death.

The Houston Police Department wrote in a statement posted on its website:

“Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the fatal shooting of a man at 8811 Gustine Lane that occurred about 10:30 p.m. on Monday (September 7).

“The suspect, Ofon Phillip Idiong (b/m, 22), is charged with murder in the 337th State District Court. A booking photo of Idiong is attached to this news release.

“The victim, Brian Njoku, 22, was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

“The security guard stated that prior to the shooting Njoku and another man were overheard arguing in front of the apartment.”

Nigerian arrested in US for murdering man over $40
Nigerian arrested in US for murdering man over $40
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