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Anambra driver dies in police cell, corpse missing

The police at the State Criminal Investigation Department Annex, Awkuzu, in the Oyi Local Government Area of Anambra State are under fire from the family of a driver named Ikenna Udu for allegedly torturing him to death.

While mourning Ikenna’s passing, the victim’s wife, Mary, her mother-in-law, Chioma Aniebonam, and her husband, Sunday, stated that attempts to locate his body had been unsuccessful.Information Guide Nigeria

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They further claimed that after learning of Ikenna’s passing, the police buried him secretly and would not reveal where his body was interred.

PUNCH According to Metro, armed officers invaded Ikenna’s home in Abatete, in the state’s Idemili North Local Government Area, sometime in September 2022, around 4 a.m. Ikenna, his wife, children, brother Chidubem, parents, and a few acquaintances were among those there.

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The mother of four said, “It took us up to one week before we were able to know that the policemen came from Awkuzu SARS (SCID Annex). When I took food there for Ikenna and Chidubem, the policemen collected it on their behalf.

“It was on the second attempt that the policemen told me Ikenna and Chidubem had been remanded in the Onitsha Custodial Centre. So, I visited the facility to see both of them, but surprisingly, it was only Chidubem I saw. When I asked after my husband, Chidubem told me he was dead.

Chioma, Ikenna’s sister, revealed that her brothers were arrested after a neighbour claimed in a petition that they and two others broke into his home with weapons and stole his belongings.

Sunday, the husband of Chioma, reported that when family members visited the individual who signed the petition against his in-laws, he demanded N1.5 million in settlement.

Sunday, however, stated that police officers at the SCID Annex asked N200,000 to release his in-laws on bail, and that they planned to raise the money when Ikenna passed away.

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He said, “The house where Ikenna and Chidubem live and the building of the man that claimed they robbed him, is separated by a fence. How will they rob him? I know they can’t do such a thing. Both of them were arrested last month but Ikenna died in police custody as a result of torture.

“The police didn’t inform us that Ikenna had died; what we just heard was that they charged them to court. We also gathered that another person was used to represent Ikenna in court and they were all remanded in prison. But when Chidubem informed us that his brother died in police custody, we returned to the SARS office in Awkuzu to demand Ikenna’s corpse, and they started acting shady.

“My friend was allowed to enter because he knew some of the policemen; he went in to confirm Ikenna’s corpse, but he said the corpse that was dug out was that of another person. He said the corpse they dug out had no tongue, breast, and private parts.

“We complained but the policemen pursued us out of their office. I want the world to know about this story because I have never seen that kind of a thing before in my life.”JAMB Result

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