*Onuabuchi and his later friend exhumed …
By Endy NDULAKA, South-East Investigator Burueau Chief/
ENUGU- POLICE Detectives attached to the Enugu State Police Coammdn have arrested one Agbo Onaubuchi for allegedly strangling his bosom one Peter Ukekwe with who he traveled to see a native doctor somewhere in Enugu to death. No reason was given for the dastardly act. Upon his friend’s death, the 24 year old Onuabuchi was said to have dug a shallow grave in which he buried his friend.
It was clear how the cat was let out of the bag but a statement by the PRO Enugu state Police Command DSP Daniel Ndukwe said the suspect was arrested the following morning adding that having confessed to the crime he had been arraigned and remanded in prison custody for further hearing.
DSP Ndukwe said, “A young man, Agbo Onuabuchi aged 24, a native of Ebonyi State, but resident at Ogidi in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State, has been arraigned and remanded in Enugu Custodial Centre, for strangling to death and burying his male friend, one Peter Ukekwe aged 44, in a shallow grave, at Amori community in Nkanu West Local Government Area, on 01/04/2023.
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The suspect and the deceased, had on the said date, traveled from Ogidi, Anambra State, to the mentioned location to visit one Onyeka Edeh (male and a Native Doctor). However, during the night hours, the duo left the host’s house for an unknown destination. A search was conducted, but they were not found until the following morning, when the suspect was arrested at Obe community in the same LGA, by Police Operatives serving in Nkanu West Division of Enugu State Command, with the assistance of citizens, while he was attempting to escape back to Ogidi, Anambra State.
The suspect confessed to the crime, stating that he strangled the victim to death and buried him in a shallow grave in the bush, where his remains were exhumed and deposited in the mortuary for preservation and autopsy. The case was, thereafter, transferred to the Homicide Section of the State CID Enugu, where investigation into the case was consolidated, concluded and the suspect arraigned and remanded accordingly for further hearing.”
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