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Police Evacuates Dismembered Body Of A Lady Abducted On Her Way To Early Morning Church On Sunday From Esume-uku Primary School, Ukwuani LGA Delta State

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Fear has gripped residents of Umusume community in
Obiaruku, Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State,
after the lifeless body of a young lady identified as Miss
Anwuli Joy Agu was discovered on a school premises with
some vital organs of the lady missing and her hair shaved
off on Sunday.No photo description available.
The lady was murdered and dumped inside Esume-uku
Primary School, Obiaruku, by some suspected ritualists.
Upon discovery, the body was evacuated by policemen
attached to Obiaruku division.
The Commissioner of Police, Hafiz Mohammed, confirmed
the development, adding that the police were already
combing everywhere since Sunday to arrest the hoodlums.
According to one of the deceased’s relations, Anwuli was
murdered on her way to church mass and dumped in a
nearby primary school in Obiaruku. The community had to
invite the police before evacuating the body because of the
state in which it was found.
Speaking recently during his parade by the Delta State police
command, a suspected online scammer, which is otherwise
known as Yahoo Yahoo, told newsmen that a few of them
practise Yahoo Plus rituals. On average, he said it took them
about three hours on each victim to extract the organs.
Narrating how they kidnapped their victims and mutilate
their bodies, Macaulay Desmond Oghenemaro, said: “We
drive by in a lazy fashion. Myself, Emese Emudiaga Kelvin
and Onoriode Enaike are good spotters. We know a victim
when we see one. The signs are usually obvious: a response
to a cat-call, eye contact, a smile, a wave of the hand, a
thumbs up or just the mere sight of our expensive car is
enough to pull a vulnerable, or even, willing participant.
“Our day job as ‘Yahoo boys’ (online fraudsters) has taken a
new twist. We are now Yahoo Plus Plus, a code name for
‘ritualists’ to guarantee success in internet scams.”

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