Ogun State Police Promises: “We Will Arrest The Killers Of Prospective Corps Members”
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) candidate Eunice Igweike was assassinated by unidentified assailants, and the Ogun State police command has vowed to apprehend those responsible.
Igweike departed Abia State for the Ogun NYSC Orientation Camp in Sagamu, but ecocitytv discovered that she went missing on the way there.
According to reports, the deceased’s brother reportedly informed NYSC officials on July 20 that his sister was unreachable.
As a result, the NYSC alerted the security services, and as a result of their efforts, Igweike’s dead body was found on July 21 near the Sagamu-Imota road.
The body has been placed in the morgue; according to the NYSC, it is unharmed.
The graduate of the Federal Polytechnic in Oko, Anambra State, was discovered in a bush trail, according to the spokesperson for the Ogun police, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who stated that a murder case was suspected.
“The command has started looking into the situation. The Police Commissioner in Ogun, Lanre Bankole, had instructed the Homicide department to identify Igweike’s killers, but Oyeyemi reported that no arrests had been made.
Brig.-Gen. Muhammad Fadah, the director general of the NYSC, expressed his condolences to Igweike’s family, her Ohafia community, and the Abia State government.
Fadah remarked that her death has weakened the NYSC and prayed to God to grant her soul rest while stressing that security agencies were trying to apprehend the murderers.