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Serial Killings In Port Harcourt: Victims Were Drugged Before Strangling To Death–2 Arrested , 8 Girls Died In 2Months: POLICE G

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Police in rivers state says it has arrested two persons in connection to the serial killing going on in the state.

The state commissioner of police in rivers State MAUSTAPHA DANDAURA Stated this at a press briefing in port Harcourt.

He said only eight women have been killed so far in what appears to be some kind of cultism and ritual. As no body parts of the victims were removed in all the deaths recorded.

He said so far preliminary investigation shows that these victims are drugged and sexed before strangulation occurs with a piece of white clothes tied to the victim’s neck, legs and sometimes their stomach ‘’we believe that these victims if conscious must raise alarm as no woman can keep quiet when in distress or harassed and murdered without putting up a fight.

The CP at the press briefing said today I have called you here to essentially to express our worry over the mindless killings in hotels in the state; a development which is giving us concern and the measures we have put in place to arrest this seemingly disturbing situation.

  1. the command condemns in strong terms, these serial killings, hence we call on all people of goodwill to rise to the occasion and join the police as we kick out these monsters.

3 it could be recalled that in the wake of this attacks, we bothered by the development in port Harcourt, summoned all hotels owners under the aegis of Nigerian Hotels Association, being an umbrella body where we had an interface and I underscored the need for synergy between the hotels, the ministry of culture and tourism and the Nigerian police to form an alliance to fight these menace head on.

  1. we directed the executive members of the hotels to prevail on their members to install CIRCUIT CAMERAS TELEVISION in all hotels, guest houses and motels across the state and gave them an ultimatum of one month within which to install the CCTV or face sanctions.

The task force was constituted and headed by the assistant commissioner of police operation ACP VALENTINE OLUMESE with members made up of persons from the hotel association, the DSS and the ministry of culture and Tourism

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