The kidnappers who were identified as Osundu Uchendu and Amebulem Amos were earlier arrested in Eleme Local Government Area of the state. They had kidnapped Dinabari, collected over a million naira ransom, tied him to a tree and allow him to die and decompose.
Following investigations and arrest of the suspected kidnappers, the Police operatives in Rivers State were led to a forest yesterday where they had tied their victim to a tree till he (victim) died and decomposed. Some Bones and the skull of the victim were recovered in the forest at Alesa area of Eleme LGA.
According to statement by DSP Nnamdi Omoni, the Public Relations Officer of the Command, the suspects were arrested by the Anti- Kidnapping Unit while doing a follow up in the Kidnap of one Ereba Gospel Dinabari
He said the suspects confessed upon interrogation, which is what led the Operatives to a forest at Alesa in Eleme LGA, where the victim’s decomposing body was found tied to a tree, adding that investigation was still ongoing and that the suspects would be charged to court when investigations have been concluded.
Omoni also said the suspects had confessed to having carried out several kidnappings in different areas in the state which included Woji, Abuloma, Peter Odili Road, and Eleme Communities, adding that a Toyota Spider car which belonged to the victim was also recovered by the police Operatives.
This have sparked a lot of questions from people, asking why some people can be so heartless and doing things without resentment or remorse. The perpetrators of this crime should be severely punished by the police and justice has to be made which will serve as an example to others.
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