It was gathered that the terrorists stormed the station on the outskirts of the community and open gunfire on the station and then brought the building with a bomb.
He added that part of the area command office was razed by the dynamite used by the attackers.
According to Aya, a police Inspector died during an exchange of gunfire with the terrorists.
Aya said consequent upon the attacks at Okehi Area Command in the early hours of Friday, the Commissioner of Police, CP Edward Egbuka, had visited the scene for an on-the-spot assessment.
“A Police Inspector died in the exchange of fire with the hoodlums, before the Area Commander and a detachment of Military in the area reinforced to the scene of incident, and the attackers fled,” he added.
Aya assured that the command is committed to working in synergy with other security agencies as well as patriotic stakeholders to make the state a safe and secure place for all and sundry.
He said the Commissioner of Police has further tasked his Deputy in charge of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) to commence investigations into the unfortunate incident.
It could be recalled on April 23 that gunmen attacked a police station in the same Adavi LGA in the state, which resulted in the death of three police officers.
Some days later, ISWAP claimed responsibility for the attack.
On May 11, there was an explosion at a bar in Lewu Junction area of Kabba town, Kogi.