A 29-year-old man has been betrayed by his friend after telling about money sent to him by his elder brother. According to sources, the money was meant for the building project his brother was doing in the village.
It was alleged that after killing him, he hacked down his head away from his body so that no one would recognize his lifeless body.
He had on several occasions withdrew money from his friend account using his ATM at different POS and this raised many suspicion before he was finally caught.
While interrogating him, 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 pull out the sum of N6 million from the account. This was done so that he won't be traced but it later backfired.
The evil that men do would surely catch up with them. Rip to the deceased. Do not forget to follow me for more updates.
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