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Rights Group Warns Against Alleged Compromise Of Rivers Attempted Murder Case

Rights Group Warns Against Alleged Compromise Of Rivers Attempted Murder Case

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  The group, Foundation for Human Rights and Anti-corruption Crusaders (FOHURAC), have warned the River State Government against moves to 'cover up' the attempted murder case against Messer Isaac Numoupeide and Moses Numoupeide. National President of the group, Alaowei Cleric Esq, said it has a petition in its possession from the Feke family over an attempt to gruesomely murder Messrs Isaac Numoupeide and Moses Numoupeide by one Hillary Iweazor who has now been remanded in prison custody in Port Harcourt by a Magistrate Court over the said act. According to the group, "For the gravity of the offence and the evidence attached therein, we believed that the Rivers State Ministry of Justice will not treat the matter with levity. "We have also been briefed by the family tha...
Security Agents Arrest Two Suspects, Woman Who Gave Assassins N200,000 To Kill Her Mate, Son In Delta

Security Agents Arrest Two Suspects, Woman Who Gave Assassins N200,000 To Kill Her Mate, Son In Delta

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  The Police in Delta state have arrested two suspects alongside a woman who sent assassins after paying them N200,000 to kill her mate and her son last year in Ayakoromo Community in Burutu LGA of Delta State. National President, Foundation for Human Rights and Anti-corruption Crusaders (FOHURAC), Alaowei Cleric, (Esq), disclosed the arrest in a statement made available to BigPen Online on Saturday. He said that two of the suspected assassins allegedly hired by the victim's mate, one Ikechukwu Oguma and Seikemieghan Fullpower were apprehended by a combined team of Police, DSS and the Nigerian Army. According to him, one of the suspect, Ikechukwu Oguma had confessed during interrogation that himself, Seikemieghan Fullpower and others now at large were contacted by the ...