Erekaa Dooshimaa, a final-year student at Benue State University, Makurdi, went missing before her body was discovered at Brewery Quarters with bloodstains.
“I k!lled female home seeker after collecting N150,000,” an estate agent admits.
An estate agent named Shagbaor Ugosor Japhet was taken into custody by members of the Benue State police command. He is accused of killing Erekaa Dooshimaa, a woman who gave him money to find her an apartment in Benue State.
Erekaa Dooshimaa, a student in her final year at Benue State University, Makurdi, went missing before her blood-stained body was found at Brewery Quarters.
In other news, Gabriel Agabi Akwaji, a lecturer in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Calabar, was arrested by Cross River state police for impersonating Dr. Dominic Abakedi, an ad hoc official of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
At the collation center in Okpoma, Yala Local Government Area of the state, Akwaji was arrested with a fake Bi-Modal Voter Accreditation System, or BVA machine, during the presidential and national assembly elections that took place on Saturday, February 25. He was wearing an INEC reflective jacket.
When she arrived at the dark corner of the street where I called her to come I cut her with a machete several times leading to her death. After killing her, I took her body with her iPhone and dumped her body on the street to make it look like someone else killed her”, the publication quoted him as saying
Dr. Abakedi, the fictitious ad hoc official, was assigned to the Yache ward of the Yala Local Government Area; however, Akwaji claimed that Abakedi instructed him to represent him and carry out the task.
Trouble began when the collation officer was unable to be located after Saturday’s elections at 6:00 p.m. After remaining silent since Saturday evening, Mr. Akwaji is said to have arrived at the Okpoma, Yala Local Government Area headquarters around 2:00 p.m. on Sunday in company of political party chieftains.