Pretty FUTO Undergraduate Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing Boyfriend To Death In Imo State (Photo)



An undergraduate student of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, has been arrested for allegedly killing her boyfriend.

Men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Imo State Police Command have arrested a female undergraduate of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Chitere Okoronkwo, for allegedly killing her boyfriend, Johnmark Osigwe.

The state Commissioner of Police, Dasuki Galadanchi, said the 20-year-old Okoronkwo was nabbed on Monday at Ama-Wire Urratta in the Owerri North Local Government Area of the state.

According to him, the undergraduate allegedly masterminded the k!lling of her estranged lover at Nkwo-Orji on August 8, 2018.

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The CP said, “Chitere Okoronkwo, 20, of Umualumaku village in the Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, was arrested at Ama-Wire Uratta in Owerri, Imo State by SARS operatives on Monday.

“She was arrested in connection with the murder of one Johnmark Osigwe, 24, at Nkwo-Orji in Owerri on August 16, 2018. It is important to note that the decea$ed was a boyfriend to the suspect.

“When their relationship got sour and ended, the girl demanded compensation. The deceased, due to persistent threats to life before being a$$assinated, had paid N1.8m for shop rent and N2m for interior decoration of the shop to the estranged girlfriend.

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“Not done with the threats, she demanded N3m, which the decea$ed gave through a lawyer. Before the money was finally paid to the lady, he was k!lled inside his Mercedes SUV.

“After his death, the lady fled to South Africa. Okoronkwo has confessed that she told a guy that she wanted the victim dead due to their misunderstanding.”

Galadanchi said the suspect would be charged to court at the end of investigation.


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