Sunday, September 1, 2013

Man arrested for beheading 13-yr-old girl

A middle aged man, Terseer Angyo, has beenarrested by the Benue state
Police command for allegedly beheading a 13 year old girl, Mnyorhan
Asase, at Aliade in Gwer local government area of the state.
Vanguard gathered from a sources yesterday that the 13year old girl
was slaughtered by her assailant in a forestarea in Aliade while on
her way back from a local community market in a nearby village.
Corroborating the story, the Benue State Police Public Relations
Officer, PPRO, Deputy Suprintendent, DSP, Daniel Ezeala said the
Police in Aliade was few days ago alerted by the mother of the
deceased of her sudden disappearance.
He said, "One Verlumun Asase, residing in Aliade had informed the
Police that her daughter, 13 year old Mnyorhan Asase was attacked and
beheaded on her way from the market at Tse-Nyajo, some seven
kilometers from Aliade town.
"She reported that one Terseer Angyo allegedly forced the little girl
into the bush were he cut off her head and hid it in black nylon back
which was dripping blood.
"Acting on that information, the Police traced the suspect and found
the lifeless head of the little girl in his possession, investigation
into the matter has fully commenced after which the suspect would be
made to facetrial before a competent court."
Ezeala further added hat the command had two days agoarrested a two
man human trafficking syndicate (names withheld) at Ikpayongo, also in
Gwer local government area of the state for allegedly trading on two
pregnantwomen who were sold to a baby factory in Aba, Abia state.
He said the Police was still conducting investigations into the matter
assuring that all suspects connected to the matter would be made to
face the law.
On the recent killings at Ayati, Agena and gbaye in Ukum local
government area, the PPRO said the the Commissioner of Police, Mr.
Adams Audu and the Assistant Inspector of Police, AIG, Zone 4,
Makurdi, Mr.Mike Zuokumor visited the scene at the weekend and order
full investigations into the matter in order to arrest masterminds of
the attack.

No comments:

Post a Comment