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Delta Pastor In Police Net For Allegedly Killing Girl

There was tension in the Agbarha-Otor community, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State as a middle-aged man identified as Pastor Alex Itedjere was arrested for macheting a young girl in the early hours of Friday.

According to information obtained by NIGERIACRIME, the remains of the young girl was found in the preacher’s house after she was allegedly butchered with a machete.

It is uncertain why the cleric killed the young girl, however, aggrieved youths in the community were said to have stormed the pastor’s house following the gory incident to avenge the death of the girl.

They were on the verge of lynching the cleric but for the timely intervention of the police.

The command’s Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Bright Edafe could not be reached for comments on the incident as of the time of filing this report.

But a senior security source from the command who confirmed the incident said, “The suspect was arrested this morning“.

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Similarly, unknown persons have killed a man identified as Chidozie Chigbu in Nsirimo community, Umuahia South LGA of Abia State.

The victim’s lifeless body was discovered in the community by villagers with deep machete wounds all over his head, suggesting that his attackers may have used a machete in killing him.

His corpse was seen lying face down with a pool of blood all over the scene of the suspected murder incident.

As of the time of this report, it was not yet established where the attackers came from or the exact hour they struck.

It was also not established if the late Chidozie Chigbu was having any conflict with any person or not before his gruesome murder.

But a voice from a video circulating on social media from the scene of the attack claimed that the lifeless body of Mr Chigbu was discovered by a villager who went to fetch water, adding that it was the alarm raised by the indigene that attracted other villagers to the scene.

Abia State Police Command was yet to confirm the incident.

Messages sent to the Police Public Relations Officer of the Command, ASP Maureen Chioma Chinaka concerning the incident was not replied as of the time of filing this report

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