- In a truly jaw-dropping turn of events, the lifeless body of Justina, a 300-level biochemistry student at UNIPORT, a young woman who had been reported missing for several days, has been found.
- Astonishingly, the accusations surrounding her disappearance strongly imply that she met a tragic end at the hands of her presumed boyfriend, a final-year student at the same university.
The police in Rivers State has taken a man named Collins into custody on suspicion of the heinous act of ending the life of his girlfriend, Otuene Justina Nkang.
Nkang, 300-level Biochemistry student of the University of Port Harcourt, who had been the subject of a missing person report, was tragically discovered in a mutilated state at the suspect’s house located on Road 15, NTA Road, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
According to reports, Collins found himself in hot water when the eagle-eyed estate security personnel caught him red-handed trying to dispose, make a clean getaway with the victim’s body.
In videos making the rounds, a crowd descended upon the suspect’s place after the security team sounded the alarm, and there, they stumbled upon a gruesome scene with Justina’s dismembered body parts neatly tucked away in gory sacks.
He was swiftly whisked away to the police station, while the unfortunate victim’s body parts were transported to the morgue for safekeeping.
The young man in question, is alleged to be involved in online fraud activities commonly referred to as “yahoo yahoo” and even accused of having connections to ritualistic practices.
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In other news, A man took to the internet to expose a well-known Nigerian bank for allegedly giving him euros that a foreign exchange company later confiscated as counterfeit
The disappointed individual, known as @Dblinkz on Twitter, recounted the incident, expressing his frustration with the bank’s handling of the matter.
He explained that on January 24, 2023, he deposited 5,000 euros into his domiciliary account at the bank’s branch on Ali Alikilu Road in Kaduna.
However, when he attempted to withdraw the same amount on May 30, the branch couldn’t provide the full amount, and he didn’t want to incur double charges by making multiple withdrawals. Therefore, he headed to the main branch, where he was given 5,000 euros in 500-denomination notes.