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BREAKING!!! Notorious Serial Killer Arrested In Abia State (Disturbing Photos)

A notorious Serial Killer and one of the perpetrators in the ritual killing of late Ime Odo who is on the payroll of Ifekwe Udo Emetu, alias fada who introduced himself as Ukpai Eke from Biakpan in Cross River State has been who arrested, Igbere TV has learnt.

According to report, an employee of Mr Ifekwe udo Emetu aka, fada fada, Mr Ukpai Eke was arrested on August 13, 2020 after being on the wanted list for a case of murder of late Mr Ime Odo on July 25.

 

He confessed of the brutal murder act as well as working on the pay roll of Ifekwe Udo.

According to him, his gang hired the services of the motorcycle ridder and took him to Ukwa between Abia Ohafia and Ukwa Mbiabong in Cross River State where they murdered him with axe and took away his motorcycle which he was meant to complete payment two weeks to his employer- Ifekwe Udo.

He went further to confess that, this is what they have been doing for years and whenever this assignment is concluded, the motorcycle will be sent back to Ifekwe whom they addressed as Fada, the Lucifer. He, Ifekwe will rebrand the motorcycle tank and seat and give it out again under hire purchase to other loyalists as a new brand.

According to the killer squard, this exercise has lingered and remained uncovered for many years.

He went further to confess that this is not his first time of involvement in this dastardly act but pleaded for forgiven.

He said that many other members of the killers gang are scattered everywhere within Ohafia and its environs.

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Gregory University Uturu, Abia State
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Wisdom Nwedene is a seasoned investigative reporter, editor, writer. Contact : Nwedenewisdom@gmail.com or Facebook : Wisdom Nwedene Twitter : @Wisdomkosi (Instagram) : Wisdom Nwedene

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