Tragic news struck the University of Port Harcourt as Otuene Justina Nkang, a 300-level Biological Chemistry student declared missing for four days, was discovered dead in Port Harcourt. Nkang, who was on an industrial training assignment at a private hospital, had vanished after leaving her workplace.
Sources close to the victim revealed to Daikytrust that she had left her workplace to visit her boyfriend in an upscale area of Port Harcourt. However, a chilling turn of events unfolded as it was alleged that her suspected boyfriend had taken her life and mutilated her body, including her breast, eyes, and other body parts.
The suspect reportedly kept the mutilated remains of the victim in his apartment for three days before attempting to dispose of the decomposing corpse in a refuse dump. Fortunately, local vigilantes apprehended him in the act.
The Rivers State Police Command has been alerted to the incident, and the Commissioner of Police, Policarp Emeka Nwaonyi, is scheduled to address the media on this disturbing case.
In a related development, the Commissioner of Police, Polycarp Emeka, confirmed in a press briefing which Ogunwatch observed, that a concerned neighbor had alerted the police, leading to a raid on the suspect’s apartment.
Upon entry, law enforcement agents discovered the lifeless body of the missing student concealed in a “Ghana must go” bag.