Operatives of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit of the Enugu State police command have arrested two undergraduates of one of the universities in the south-east state for allegedly murdering a woman that came back from America after a vacation.
A statement from the spokesman of the command, Ebere Amaraizu, identified the suspects as James Okoh and Victor Uchenna Okefie.
Amaraizu disclosed that both undergraduates were already helping the operatives of the anti kidnap unit of the command in their investigations.
He averred that the victim, identified as Mrs Stella Uhuo, had on the November 14,2015, informed James Okoh, a final year sociology student and a native of Amata in Afikpo local government area of Ebonyi State that she would be arriving Enugu airport from America.
According to Amaraizu, “He suspects had known the deceased for a long time and usually assist her in cab activities and other commercial errands.”
The Enugu police spokesman added that the deceased also appealed to James whom she had known for a long time that he would convey her to Abakiliki to deliver some luggages given to her by some friends in United States of America immediately she arrives Enugu.
Amaraizu further disclosed that along the way,Okoh and Okefie diverted the car to the busy Enugu- Abakiliki expressway and attempted to dispossess the woman of all her belongings inside the car.
According to the Enugu police spokesman, when the victim resisted , she was beaten to death by the duo, adding that the suspects abandoned the lifeless body of their victim and ran away with her belongings.
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