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Henry Chibueze

14 Oct 2020
It is difficult to mourn the passing of SARS, the late but not lamentable Special Anti-Robbery Squad unit of the Nigeria Police Force whose death was formally announced last Monday.
14 Sep 2017
From Abuja-Kaduna Expressway, to Kogi, Minna and Bida areas of Niger, down to Lagos, Ogun, Rivers, Edo, Anambra and Imo states, kidnappers operated with reckless abandon.
3 Mar 2017
Gov. Rochas Okorocha of Imo has commended the Nigeria Police Force and the Department of State Services for killing Henry Chibueze, alias Vampire, a serial kidnapper in Imo and environs.
3 Mar 2017
After days of frantic search for dreaded 36-year-old kidnap kingpin, Henry Chibueze, popularly known as Vampire, the end came in the early hours of yesterday after police engaged Vampire and his cohorts in a fierce shootout.
2 Mar 2017
A notorious kidnapper in South East and South South region popularly called 'Vampire' has been killed in an alleged shootout with the police.
28 Jan 2017
Pandemonium broke out at Owerri High Court yesterday morning, as unknown gunmen invaded the court situated along Orlu Road, Owerri, setting free their member, a known kidnapper, Henry Chibueze, a.k.a, Vampire.

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