– A 20-year-old suspect, Uduak Frank Akpan, was arrested after the death of a young woman identified as Iniubong Umoren.
– Akpan, who has been described as a seasoned serial writer, is said to have lured the victim into his house under the guise of giving her a job < / strong>
– The Akwa Ibom state government has condemned the Umoren murder and described the news as heartbreaking.
The Police The authorities in Akwa Ibom State have provided further details about the death of a young woman, Iniubong Umoren.
Umoren left her home on Thursday April 29th to honor an interview, but unfortunately she didn’t make it home as her life was cut short.
In a statement on Sunday May 2, Odiko MacDon, a police spokesman, announced this. A Uduak Frank Akpan was arrested in connection with the sad incident. TV reports from broadcasters.
According to MacDon, 20-year-old Akpan confessed to luring Umoren into his house to give her a job.
He confirmed that the victim had been attacked both physically and sexually, which resulted in her death.
“To cover his tracks, he dragged her and buried her in a shallow grave on his father’s premises.”
The victim’s remains were exhumed for autopsy.
The spokesman added that the suspect was an established serial R * -Pist is dedicated to the R * ping of other victims.
An investigation has begun and Akpan is on trial.
Akwa Ibom state government reacted to Umoren’s murder. It expressed deep sadness at the news, which it described as heartbreaking and deeply troubling given the age of the people involved.
On Tuesday April 27, the late Umoren shared posted a post on Twitter saying she needed a job.
She got an offer and two days later, on Thursday April 29th, she went to one Interview and that was the last time her family saw her.
The young lady’s friend, Uduak Umoh, with the handle @ Umohuduak1 broke one on Twitter the same day Umoren disappearance alert.
She returned on Sunday to announce that her friend had been killed and buried.
Umoren’s death quickly sparked outrage, as many Nigerians took to social media to mourn for them and demand justice.
Among those who responded were Temi Otedola and comedian Mr Macaroni.
Temi Otedola wondered when women would be safe. She wrote on Twitter:
“That’s so. Incredible. Heartbreaking. Broken heart rest in peace Hinny Umoren. When will our women be safe ??? make sense !!”
Mr Macaroni tweeted:
“Rest in peace Iniobong Umoren. This is heartbreaking. I don’t even know what to say. We have them lost all humanity? Lord God !!! Damn evil world! “