The inhabitants of Essos and its environs got up to a very tense and terse environment . Judicial Police and Gendarmerie elements were spreading their investigation antenna to know who killed the young Nigerian business man. The young man from Nigeria was a motor spare parts dealer doing his spare parts business in Essos, Yaoundé, Cameroun. The only surname of the deceased is Alinou.
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