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Thursday 16 February 2017

Residents of Delta Community in Shock as Suspected Ritual Killers Slit 65-year-old Woman's Throat

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A 65-year-old mother-of-five who had left with other local farmers in the early hours of Wednesday to work, has been found with her throat slit by suspected ritual killers. The residents of a riverrine community of Okwagbe in the Ughelli South LGA of Delta State, was on Wednesday, thrown into pandemonium, following the killing of one Atisin Opviarho in her farm by persons suspected to be ritual killers.
According to a shocking report by Punch newspaper, the 65-year-old mother-of-five, who had left with other local farmers in the early hours of the day, and was not seen when it was time to leave, prompting others to search for her, was later found with her throat slit.
Speaking to a correspondent, a source in the community said, “The intention of the killers was probably to use some of her parts for ritual.” She could not, confirm if any part of her body was taken away by the killers.
Another resident, who  identified himself simply as Mudi, added that the corpse had been deposited in Otu-Jeremi General Hospital mortuary pending police investigation.
The spokesman for the Delta State Police Command, DSP Andrew Aniamaka, confirmed the killing to our correspondent when contacted on the telephone.
Anaimaka said, “The command has started investigation into the murder of the 65-year-old woman. The culprits will be arrested.”

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