OUTSIDE PORT HARCOURT: MAN ALLEGEDLY HAUNTED BY THE GHOST OF HIS FRIEND HE BEHEADED BECAUSE OF HIS N13M BANK BALANCE



A man beheaded his colleague in Auchi, Edo state, after he informed him that his elder brother living in South Africa had sent him the sum of N13 million to complete his housing project in Nigeria.
Abuchi Wisdom Nwachukwu, 29, a native of Isiala-Mbano, Imo State, was allegedly hacked to death by Moses on January 7, 2020, during a night shift at the table water company where they both worked in Auchi, Edo State.

Moses also went on to behead Nwachukwu’s lifeless body so that it would not be easily recognized before dumping the headless body in a bush close to the company.

After the alleged murder, Moses (pictured above) is said to have taken Nwachukwu’s phone and ATM card. He took the ATM card to some internet fraudsters in Auchi who helped him to withdraw the sum of N2.2 million from Nwachukwu’s account. Thereafter, Moses approached various POS points in the city to withdraw various sums of money.

The police found  Nwachukwu’s headless body but could not identify him. They took the body to the mortuary while Nwachukwu’s relatives in Imo State as well as his brother in South Africa worried about his sudden disappearance and their inability to reach him on the phone.

His South African based brother was said to have written a petition to the Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed, months after he could not locate his brother or hear from him. Operatives of the Intelligence Response Team (IRT), headed by Abba Kyari, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, swung into action to unravel the mystery behind Nwachukwu’s disappearance.

It was gathered that weeks into their investigation IRT operatives were able to trace the POS transactions Moses did with Nwachukwu’s ATM cards to Benin, Ore and Auchi, all in Edo State. They later arrested him in a hotel in Auchi where he was hiding.

Upon interrogation, Moses admitted killing Nwachukwu. He also led IRT operatives to arrest suspected internet fraudsters—Yusuf Sagiru, Tony Bright and Terence Okochukwu—as well as businessman Jahswill Ogbonnaya, who were said to have helped Moses to withdraw the sum of N6 million from the account.
.
📹: @lindaikejiblogofficial

Post a comment

0 Comments