My Wife Was Five Months Pregnant Emeka And His Gang Raped And Strangled Her To Death -Husband

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Lawyer Steward, the husband of Mrs Chigbewejim, has confirmed the arrest of Emeka by the Rivers State Police Command who was suspected to have raped his five months pregnant wife to death.

The suspect was said to have come with a gang of men who raped the victim to death in Abarikpo community of Ahoada East Local Government Area of the state.

According to the victim, he alleged that Mr Emeka had a disagreement with his wife and threatened to deal with her on the same day. He recalled that the suspect came with hoodlums in the midnight who invaded his house and abducted his wife to unknown location, where she was raped and strangled to death.

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He appealed to the government to intervene and ensure that justice was done in the matter.

His words, “My wife was five months pregnant. Emeka and his gang raped and strangled her to death. The Police arrested him on Thursday. Now he is in the Police Custody. I have gone to the station to give my statement. I want the Government to intervene so that justice will prevail.”

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According to Punch, the victim noted that the corpse of his late wife was discovered around a fishing pond hours after her abduction with multiple bruises and bleeding from her private parts.

The Rivers State Police Spokesperson who was contacted, argued that investigations were ongoing adding that, he (Emeka) has been arrested and the matter will be transferred to the State Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department.”.…….See More

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