Kidnappers kill man, hang his body to decompose after collecting huge ransom
It was a gruesome experience for newsmen in Rivers State as a team of Police Officers led by the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Operation, ACP Innocent Umerie, led them to a forest at Alesa farm road in Eleme Local Government Area of State where one Mr. Dinabari Ereba was killed and subsequently tied his corps to a tree by his kidnappers after collecting a ransom of One Million (N1m) Naira from victim's family.
According to the Vanguard report, Rivers State Police operatives have arrested 2 notorious kidnappers in connection to the abduct and murder of one Ereba Gospel Dinabari.
The suspected kidnappers arrested by Police operatives in Rivers State drove the police yesterday July 15th to a forest where they had attached their casualty identified as Mr. Dinabari Ereba, to a tree till he gruesomely passed-away and decayed.
One of the suspect.
As gathered, the suspects after abducting Dinabari, received over a million naira ransom from the victim's family members.
Thereafter, they attached him to a tree where they left him to slowly passed away and deteriorate.
However, the police operatives, notwithstanding, recuperated the skull and bones of the casualty in a forest at Alesa area of Eleme LGA.
The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Command, DSP Nnamdi Omoni, unveiled that the suspects were captured by the Anti-Kidnapping Unit while doing a follow up in the Kidnap of one Ereba Gospel Dinabari.
“Their confessions led the Operatives to a forest at Alesa in Eleme LGA, where the victim’s decomposing body was found tied to a tree.
"The Toyota Spider car belonging to the victim was recovered. The suspects have confessed to having carried out several kidnappings around Woji, Abuloma, Peter Odili Road, and Eleme Communities."
Nnamdi noticed that inspection was all the while continuous and that the suspects would be charged to court upon end.
The police report also revealed that the apprehended duo was among the five-man gang who abducted and killed 38-year-old Mr. Ereba in the forest after collecting ransom from the family.
Mr. Ereba, 38, was abducted on the 15th of May 2020 at Woji in Obio Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers state.
The casualty, Ereba Gospel Dinabari.
In the interim, the elder sibling to the casualty, Mr. George Deekor, said his younger brother was coming back from the medical clinic where the sister put to bed before he was abducted.
Mr. George further clarified that the criminals in the wake of collecting N1m deliver from the family, however didn't discharge him, just for the family to acknowledge through Police inspection that he was grimly killed and attached to a tree in a forest at Eleme, where his remains decomposed
Late Ereba who hailed from Bera community in Gokana Local Government Area of Rivers state and inhabited the Woji community in Obio-Akpor LGA, was discovered to be a sachet water producer and wholesaler.
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