The rate of social violence, crime in the country these days is alarming. Just of recent, we had the story of a young Akwa Ibom job seeker who was killed for a reason best known to the murderer. With a heavy heart, we pray God console the family of the deceased.
Few moments ago, an update concerning the suspected killer of the Akwa Ibom job seeker surfaced the web. According to report, Police are to parade Uduak, the suspected killer of the young lady on Friday. The Commissioner of Police, CP Andrew Amiengheme, also rebutted assertions that the suspect committed suicide while in custody.
Recall that prior to this time, there have been some rumours that Uduak, the suspected killer of the Akwa Ibom job seekers, has committed suicide. Well, the truth is that the the man in out context is very much alive and is in the police custody. Every information and claims that the Uduak is dead should be disregarded.
Below are some photos the Akwa Ibom job seeker took before her death;
Meanwhile, when this update was aired via the the micro blogging app, Twitter, by Sahara Reporter, a good number of people made haste to pour out their opinions regarding the issue. Here are some reactions from people;
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