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Police Arrest Boyfriend of Murdered DESPO Female Student, Suspected Ritualists, Kidnappers In Delta

Rita Enemuru, Reporting

Operatives of Delta State Police Command have arrested the boyfriend of Delta State Polytechnic (DESPO), Ozoro, female student who was macheted to death on Saturday, July 16.

Stonix News reports that he was arrested after inflicting machete cuts on his 22-year-old girlfriend, Gift Oloku, which led to her death.

This was disclosed while the State’s Commission of Police, CP Ari Mohammed Ali was listing out the achievements of the Command from the Month of May till date.

Stonix News had earlier reported the death of Gift Oloku who had an altercation with the suspect whom she was cohabiting with and had a child for.

In a statement of the press briefing  issued by Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Bright Edafe, the suspect is said to have claimed that the deceased damaged his Iphone 11 PRO MAX while they were fighting, which angered him to using a machete on her.

The statement further alluded to the arrest of one Volt Blessing Gabriel whom Stonix News had earlier reportedly killed his one-year-and-eight months old son for ritual purpose in Edo State.

Mr. Gabriel, who was nabbed after his wife reported the missing of their child to the police, confessed to the killing and burying the boy after beheading him with a hand saw.

In the same vein, three suspects, Chukwudi Sunday, Onyebuchi Paul, Ifeanyi Enuma were arrested for the murder of one Isaac Odubu and his wife in Amai Community.

Investigations revealed that the suspects who were working for the couple robbed, raped the woman and killed them after venturing into Internet fraud according to the statement.

Stating more of the Command’s achievements, CP Ali also confirmed the rescue of a kidnapped victim and arrest of two kidnappers who received a ransom of N920,000 on Saturday, July 16.

Five criminal suspects who were specialized in using stolen phones to access victims’ bank account were also arrested in Asaba on Monday, July 11 by the command’s decoy squad.

Three tricycles, charms, 75 suspected stolen phones, and two POS machines were recovered from Akpos Okiemute and the four other suspects.

Finally, the statement confirmed the arrest of two suspected armed robbers by operatives attached to Asaba ‘C’ Division while on stop-and-search duty at the head-bridge, Asaba.

The suspects are Michael Reuben ‘m’ 29yrs and Odemba Onochie ‘m’ 30.

The statement asserted the recovery of 100 rounds of 7.62MM AK 47 and live ammunition from them.

CP Ali attributed the recorded success to Deltans who were supportive and passionate about their security.

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