Man In Police Net For Alleged Murder Of Wife
Man In Police Net For Alleged Murder Of Wife
Stephen Akpata, a Nigerian who used to live in Australia has been captured by the police for professedly choking his new spouse Onyinye Eze, Bayelsa Commissioner of Police, Asuquo Amba has said.
It was assembled that the 33 year-old casualty was a worker of Globacom Nigeria Limited.
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Delta state conceived Akpata, prominently called Bishop, who asserted in an announcement that he was40 years old, purportedly on August 16, 2017 murdered the lady in her Yenagoa living arrangement.
Police questioned Akpata’s age as he additionally guaranteed that he had put in 27 years in Australia, implying that he went there when he was 13 years of age.
The Police Commissioner said Akpata killed his significant other by choking her with the link of an electric iron and after that cut her with a blade.
The Police Chief said the episode wound up plainly known when one of Onyinye’s partners, Moses Awo, revealed at Ekeki Police Division in Yenagoa that Onyinye did not report for fill in not surprisingly.
As indicated by Amba, Awo had supposedly told the police that when he and another associate went to Onyinye’s living arrangement in Kpansia territory of Yenagoa, they found that the loft was bolted and they likewise found that the TV in her room was working.
Some Policemen from Ekeki Police Division in Yenagoa went to the perished’s condo and constrained her entryway open and they discovered Onyinye dead in a pool of her blood.
As indicated by Bayelsa Police Commissioner, Akpata was the prime suspect in the murder.
He was captured by police in Badagry, Lagos State, after around two weeks on his trail.
Parading the suspect on Thursday at the express order’s central command, Amba, said that his agents found that the perished room was scattered.
Amba said the shows recouped at the scene of wrongdoing were a knicker; a couple of canvas shoes, one harmed electric iron, one jean coat, one pen cut, one pink singlet, a Nokia cell phone and a harmed wristwatch. He said the displays were recolored with blood.
The Police boss said the body of the casualty was evacuated and stored at the funeral home of the Federal Medical Center, Yenagoa, for post-mortem examination.
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Describing how the suspect was captured, Amba said that attentive examinations uncovered that the speculate departed suddenly to Ghana after supposedly submitting the murder in Yenagoa.
The magistrate, who said the presume came back to Badagry, Lagos a couple of days after, included that Akpata was followed and captured in Badagry on September 1 and conveyed to Bayelsa that day.
He stated: “When our agents went into the loft of the perished, we carefully looked through nature and we saw a three-quarter knicker that was well covered up, tucked some place in the room that one would not presume that something was covered up there.
“We found there was a blood recolor on the knicker. At this point, we attempted to discover who was with the woman since we realized that they had quite recently gotten a registry marriage.
“We connected with Akpata who is the indicated spouse. He gave us the feeling that he was away, suggesting that he went away before the episode.
“Along these lines, we were all the while speaking with him, at any rate to break the news to him that his implied spouse was dead. He disclosed to us he was headed back and this took us some days.
“As we were speaking with him, he was recently giving us the feeling that he was returning, not realizing that he was plotting his own escape.
“We discovered that before that season of her murder, the suspect had spent such a great amount of cash on the woman and they were moving starting with one lodging then onto the next.
“All things considered, we were playing alongside him to empower him to come to us. Be that as it may, since he said he was in Lagos, we associated that Ghana or Republic with Benin would be a conceivable purpose of escape.
“We connected with the international safe havens there and the Ghanaian Embassy was on the alarm. From our radar, we discovered that he rested in Ghana.
“He got away back to Badagry in Lagos.
He didn’t know we were all the while tailing him up. We connected with the police in Badagry. In the long run, he was captured at the Badagry outskirt. In this way, we brought him back.”
Amba included that the police summon got crucial data on him, especially on hisFacebook page where they saw many pictures of him with his killed spouse amid their court marriage.
He guaranteed that the suspect would be charged to court while the case would be persistently arraigned when examinations were finished up.
The post seemed first on Independent Newspapers.
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