The Kogi State police command spokesman, ASP William Aya disclosed this to newsmen on Tuesday in Lokoja.
The Kogi State police command spokesman, ASP William Aya disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) on Tuesday in Lokoja.
He said that the Deputy Commissioner of police in charge of Criminal Investigation Department who is in charge of investigation into the attack was still on the assignment.
Aya said that the situation in the state capital had become normal, adding that there was no cause for alarm.
A Correspondent of NAN who visited the scene of the attack today observed that armed soldiers were still in strategic points to maintain the peace.
Melaye, the senator representing Kogi West, had on Monday stopped over in front of the gate of the Kogi State Polytechnic in Lokoja to address his supporters, party members , workers and students.
He was addressing them when unknown gunmen invaded the rally and started firing shots in different directions.
Two persons, including one of the gunmen, were killed while two operative of Department of State Security attached to Melaye sustained gunshot wounds.
The Rector of the polytechnic , Mr Mohammed Yisah, had claimed that one of the persons killed, Saka Seidu, was a student of the polytechnic but the police in a statement described him as a passerby.
NAN reports that many residents spoken to said they were still in shock over the shooting incident which lasted well over 30 minutes and expressed surprise over police claim that no arrest was made.