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Full Confession: Killer of Missing Uyo Job Seeker Narrates How He Killed Iniubong Umoren Before Fleeing To Calabar

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Full Confession: Killer of Missing Uyo Job Seeker Narrates How He Killed Iniubong Umoren Before Fleeing To Calabar

 

 

According to police, a man accused of kidnapping, rapping, and murdering a job seeker in Akwa Ibom State admitted to the crime.

According to police, the suspect, Uduak Frank Akpan, lured Miss Iniubong Umoren to his house on Thursday under the pretext of offering her a job, but instead sexually and physically assaulted her, resulting in her death.

To hide his footprints, the 20-year-old perpetrator dragged and buried the 26-year-old in a shallow grave in his father’s compound.

The body of the deceased was exhumed and taken to the University of Uyo Teaching Hospital (UUTH) for autopsy.

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When Uduak Akpan was named as the suspect in the disappearance of a University of Uyo Philosophy graduate who was awaiting mobilization for the mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), the suspect took to Facebook to refute the allegations.

He did confess, however, that he did invite her for a work interview, but that he had no knowledge of Iniubong’s whereabouts, who had been selling skin products while searching for a full-time job.

Akpan – widely believed to be a cousin of Uruan Local Government Chairman Hon. Iniobong Ekpeyong – confessed to the politician how he killed the job seeker, a native of Oruk Anam, before fleeing to Calabar in Cross River, according to Akwa Ibom State Police spokesman SP Odiko MacDon.

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MacDon emphasized that the perpetrator, a Uruan native, was never handed over to the police at any stage.

A notice of her disappearance was received on Friday, April 30, 2021, according to a police spokesman.

“Following available leads, men of the Command’s Anti-Kidnapping Squad, led by Csp CSP Inengiye IGOSI, built on the initial great progress made by DPO Uruan, SP Samuel Ezeugo, and arrested the perpetrator…” he said.

“At the end of the investigation, he will be tried in court.”

CP Amiengheme Andrew, the Commissioner of Police, “has warned youths and job seekers to be careful of the activities of scammers and other underworld figures,” according to MacDon.

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He added that CP Andrew respected the efforts of social media, relatives, and other anti-injustice activists, and that “he has condoled with the deceased’s family and friends.”


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