Abuchi, Wisdom Nwachukwu, 29, a native of Isiala Mbaano, Imo state, was allegedly hacked to death by Moses during a night shift at a table water company where they both worked in Auchi,Edo state of Nigeria.
When interrogated, Moses confessed that he killed and beheaded Nwachukwu's lifeless body so that it will not be easily recognized before dumping the headless body in a bush close to the company. After the alleged murder, he took Nwachukwu's phone and ATM card to internet fraudsters in Auchi who helped him to withdraw the sum of 2.2 million naira from Nwachukwu's account.
Thereafter,he went to different POS operators in the city to withdraw some money.
However, the police found Nwachukwu's headless body but could not identity him. The corpse was taken to the mortuary while Nwachukwu's relatives was worried about his sudden disappearance.
The alleged murderer have been arrested in Auchi where he was hiding and he admitted killing him and ever since then, his ghost has been disturbing him.
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