I-N-C-R-E-D-I-B-L-E: Suspected Ritualists Murder 21 Year Old Boy; Removed Vital OrgansFeatured, Imo, Latest News, News Across Nigeria, News From The State Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
OWERRI NIGERIA (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – There was tension and anxiety last weekend in Umudike village in Dikenafai, the Headquarters of Ideato South local government Area of Imo State, south east Nigeria, following the murder of a 12 year-old primary school boy, simply identified as Ikenna by unknown persons.
Shockingly, vital body parts of the victim who also removed vital organs of the victim’s body were removed.
According to a resident of the community who craved anonymity with Our Correspondent on Monday for fear of uncertainty, the gory sight was discovered last Sunday at a primary school compound.
He disclosed that until the sad incident, the deceased, was a primary four pupil of Dikenafai Community Primary School.
AFRICAN EXAMINER gathered that the late Ikenna, was said to have disappeared during the lunch break at school Thursday, October 20, 2016.
Father of the deceased identified as Mr. Rufus, as well as other villagers, raised alarm after the young boy failed to return from school with his school mates at closure.
It however, became obvious that something unpleasant had happened to the deceased when the father and other villagers embarked on a serious search for him, but to no avail.
Our Correspondent learnt that his remains were later discovered days after, beside the Headmaster’s office at his school, with his penis, tongue, kidney and liver removed
His family members and residents of the community are suspecting that the boy. was killed by suspected ritualists,
Imo state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Andrew Enwerem, when contacted, said the command is yet to receive any formal information or compliant from anybody to that effect.
Meanwhile, residents of the community and environ are now living in serious fear, especially parents whose children and wards are in the school where the ugly incident occurred.
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