The killers of Uwaila Vera has been caught and it's a goodnews to the family. Uwaila Vera Omozuwa was a microbiology student from the University of Benin Edo State (UNIBEN), who was raped and killed this year. She was killed inside a church because she was found dead in a pool of blood at the church, where she has been attending.
The church is one of Redeemed Christian Church of God branch in Edo State. The death of the young lady really shock the country because of the circumstances surrounding her death. Everyone felt bad about the death of Vera, even Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who is the General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
One of the killers confessed that his landlady paid him the sum of N1 million to kill the young lady. The killers have been paraded by the Edo State Police command. There has been reactions from people following the catching of the killers.
One said ' They deserve to die'. Others also said some words about the incident.
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