Anambra Ex-Deputy Gov’s Murder

His Family Thought We Were Kidding – Kidnappers
A note left on the corpse of the killed former deputy governor of Anambra State, Dr. Chudi Nwike, by his kidnappers has shown that they were provoked by the family’s failure to bring the ransom they demanded for his release in cash.
Nwike’s kidnappers, according to the police in Delta State, where his body was found, left a note and cheque on him, saying: “For the fact that you thought we were joking and you refused to pay the ransom, this is the result of your action.”
Spokesman of the Delta State police command ASP Lucky Uyabeme, who confirmed the incident, said efforts were being made by the police to bring the culprits to book.
Nwike’s body was on Thursday identified among three corpses dumped at the entrance of Alizomor village in Ika South local government area of the state.

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