The Edo State Police Commissar, Mr. Johnson Kokumo, paraded on Wednesday six suspects in the church of Ihovbe neighborhood of Benin who allegedly raped and killed a 100-level student in microbial science at the University of Benin, Uwaila Vera Omozuwa.
Suspects include the following: Nelson Ogbebor and Tina Samuel; Nosa Osabohien; Collins Ulegbe, Tina Samuel.
Remember that Late Uwaila went to the church to read when the suspects raped her, injuring her severely, eventually leading to her death.
It concerns the Inspector General of Police, Muhammed Adamu, who has sent homicide experts to work with our police officers in Benin, the Commissioner of Police said.
What we see today is a result of police efforts to get to the root of the crime and today I announce the arrest of the perpetrators.
The postmortem confirmed that the deceased had been violated, Kokumo said.
He said before that he had told the State's people that the police would do everything in their power to unmask the deaths of the suspects and that their promise had been honored by the march.
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