Body parts of kidnapped woman found in Delta

Posted On 11 Mar 2021
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Body parts of kidnapped woman found in Delta


The Special Anti – Kidnapping and Cyber Crime Squad (SAKCCS) of the Delta State Police Command has discovered the body parts of Joy Osameze, 39, who was abducted on February 5, on her way from the farm in Obiaruku, near the Abraka area of the state.

Commissioner of Police, Delta State, Mr. Ari Muhammed Ali, in a statement, said:” As a follow up to the case of the kidnapping of Joy Osameze, 39, kidnapped on February 5, on her way back from the farm at Abraka Farm Reserve, Obiaruku, where five suspects: Emmanuel Ojibe, 18, Osam Ogolime, 21, Ossai Reuben,22, Odigili chukwutem,35 and Ukpaka Confidence, 20 were arrested and transferred to SAKCCS.

“On March 7, one of the suspects, Emmanuel Ojibi, 18, led SAKCCS operatives to the arrest of the trio of Razaq Ifamaye, 38, and Gbenga Olawuyi, 50, both natives of Ekiti State but resident at Old Market Road, Obiaruku, and Samson Oduni, 31, a native of Obiaruku.

“Upon interrogation, Razaq Ifamaye, who confessed to the crimes led operatives to Shegelo Beach, Obiaruku on February 9, where a Baco bag containing human skull and other human parts suspected to be that of the victim was recovered.

“Chikogwu Isaac (a.k.a Ikukwu), 38, a native of Obiaruku whose premises the exhibit was found, instigated four others who are now at large to attack the operatives in order to prevent or obstruct the operatives from making the recovery. He was, however, arrested and the human remains were taken to the Agbor General Hospital for autopsy. The investigation is ongoing”.

Ali warned that it was no longer business as usual, as any crime committed must be investigated and must be unraveled and the suspects unmasked and arrested for prosecution.

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Philomena  Ngozi Christopher-Oji was born to the family of the late Michael and Cecilia Ojeogwu of Ubulu-Uku, in Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State. She had her primary and secondary education in Nwanoli and Ezemu Girls College, in Ubulu-Uku, before she proceeded to the Delta State University, Abraka, where she studied English and Literary Studies. READ MORE ABOUT AUTHOR 

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