May 27, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Murder of NYSC Member Terungwa Unacceptable, Ortom Fumes, Calls For Police Investigation –

  • People in Benue State mourn the murder of National Youth Service Corps member Stephanie Se-Ember Terungwa
  • Condolences to members of Terungwa’s family, Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, said the killing of the corps member was one death too many for the state
  • Ortom also called Inspector General Usman Baba, to start an investigation, get to the bottom of the matter and bring the killers to justice

Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, has described as unacceptable the murder of Stephanie Se-Ember Terungwa, a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) serving in Abuja.

The governor called for careful police investigation investigating the matter and said Terungwa’s death was also one of many.

He also called for the G Chief Inspector of Police, Usman Baba, to do everything in his power to find the perpetrators of the criminal act.

“Just 6 months ago, Vanguard newspaper correspondent Tordue Salem disappeared on the same Wise in Abuja and was later found dead. No progress in the investigation as of yet.”

Remembering the Salem Tordue murder

Ortom said that Stephanie’s death should not follow the same path as Tordue’s appears to have been forgotten by the police.

Further urging of the IGP and other relevant security agencies to intensify their efforts to trace the perpetrators of these acts.

His words:

“Our innocent peasants are not safe at home and their children, who educate them at school, are being ruthlessly murdered while they are working on their Agencies are the nation.”

“Security needs to work with NYSC management to get to the bottom of this.”

Stephanie Terungwa: Photos, like a missing member of Abuja Corps is found dead Reportedly her privates have been removed Ephanie Se-E mber Terungwa, a mother, was last seen in the Lokogoma area of ​​Abuja on Thursday morning, April 14, 2022.

Richard Iorliam, the uncle of the murdered woman, said that Stephanie was kidnapped with her one-year-old son after attending a NYSC CDS exercise.

NYSC confirms death of missing Abuja female Corps member

NYSC had confirmed the death of a female corps member previously reported missing in Abuja.

In a post shared on his official Facebook page, Eddy Megwa, NYSC revealed – Spokesperson Stephanie Se-mber Terungwa’s body has been identified with the help of security agencies.

However, management noted that an investigation is currently underway to unravel the mysteries surrounding her death.