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Thursday, May 13, 2021

Civil Servant Kufre Effiong Linked To Death Of Job Seeker Iniobong Umoren Denies Involvement And Says Killer Is His Cousin

Kufre Effiong has spoken out via a press release after a report by one David Hundeyin linked him to the murder of Iniobong Umoren,the job-seeking Akwa Ibom lady killed by one Uduak Frank Akpan.







Investigative Journalist David Hundeyin, in his report, accused the Akwa Ibom police of trying to cover up the murder of Umoren because it was carried out by a well-connected criminal gang.

He claimed that Kufre Effiong, who is a senior civil servant working at the Niger Delta Ministry headed by Senator Godswill Akpabio, was in contact with Uduak before his arrest.

Hundeyin claimed that the police must arrest Kufre and get other top members of the alleged well-connected criminal gang.


Please read Mr Kufre's full statement below:

''My name is Kufre Effiong. I am aware of some social media publications attempting to link me up with the gruesome murder of Late Ms. INIOBONG UMOREN.

At first, I had wanted to maintain silence and allow the Police and the various agencies involved in the matter to conclude their investigations and come up with a comprehensive report but it now appears clear to me that silence is not golden in this matter where my hard-earned reputation has continued to gather moss in the most misguided, misleading and mischievous manner in the court of the Nigerian social media.

Consequently, I am left with no other option than to make this public statement narrating my role in the trending subject and this I do, not to convince or change the predetermined positions and conviction of people who are bent on imputing ills even on the best of human’s intention for I have already warned myself that no matter how hard and loudly the truth speaks for itself, there are some who would prefer and give themselves to alternative facts. I leave such men and women in the hands of God, time and posterity.

With all modesty and good conscience, I make this statement for the records and information of members of the public who are genuinely concerned about the need to know my true side of the story.

The day was Friday, 30th of April, 2021 and the time was about 2 pm when I was called by my Dad who lives in Lagos, asking whether I have seen a trending article on the social media linking Uduak (who is my cousin) with a kidnap case.

Not long afterward, another cousin of mine who is incidentally the Chairman of Uruan Local Government Council called to intimate me on the same social media circulations and requested me to come to his house as Uduak’s father, Mr. Frank Akpan has been reportedly arrested on account that the son, Uduak has absconded.

On arrival at the Chairman’s house, he told me that he was concerned that the arrested old man was sick and needed medication since he did not carry his drugs to the police station.

According to the Chairman, some kinsmen were calling seeking his intervention to explore the possibility of allowing the old man access to his medications.

I was still at the Chairman’s house discussing Mr. Frank Akpan’s case when in the presence of the DPO who had a meeting with the Chairman and another DSP, Uduak called my phone asking if I knew where his father was.

Initially, I was upset with Uduak for asking me the whereabouts of his father and immediately signaled the DPO that Uduak was the person who called and somehow, I managed to find the composure telling him that I was seeing the trending social media news involving him.

Then Uduak said he had no credit and requested me to call him. Obliging to this his request, I called him back asking where he was and he replied that he was at Oron. Further asking about the missing girl, Uduak claimed that he lose contact with the girl when she got to Ibiaku, stating that he has neither seen nor heard from her since then.

He practically claimed to be innocent.

At that point, I encouraged him to turn himself in by going to the Idu Police Division to clear himself so his father can be released to go and take his drugs or that I can link him up with the DPO who is close to us.

Later, in the presence of one of our brothers, a Barrister who had come to see the Chairman, I forwarded the DPO’s phone number to Uduak. It was not long afterwards when Uduak called the DPO who encouraged him to come out, assuring him that he could personally come to the Shelter Afrique Junction to pick him up on arrival.

While there all waiting and praying that the suspect does not change his mind, Uduak called the DPO informing him that he has arrived Shelter Afrique Junction.

The DPO then suggested that he will not go with his car to pick him so he does not panic and react adversely on sighting his car which has tinted glass.

Rather, he requested that I drove him to the location and thus, accompanied by the DSP, I drove the DPO in my car to Shelter Afrique Junction where the suspect was picked up by the DPO.

Meanwhile, before we moved out, the Council Chairman had instructed that the suspect be taken to the Anti-kidnapping Unit directly but the DPO advised that he should first be taken Chairman’s house to calm him down and encourage him to cooperate with the Police and thus, the suspect was taken to Ewet Housing.

At Ewet Housing, the suspect still denied knowing the whereabouts of the deceased, maintaining that he last heard from her when she said she has got to Ibiaku Junction but when we pressure him further, the suspect requested that he needed audience with the Chairman and myself alone.

So, we took him in urging him to tell us the truth to enable us assist him where necessary. It was at that point that Uduak mentioned for the first time that the missing young lady actually got to his house. On hearing that, I could not find any emotional intelligence or coordination other than to ask and I asked straight, “is she alive?” Uduak started crying and shook his head to indicate that she was no more!

At that point, I lose it completely and almost fainted but managed to give him few slaps. I became completely distraught, devastated, incensed and confused at the same time. I was wailing like a woman who has just lost all and so was the Chairman. With that mixed frustration and infuriation, we quickly handed the suspect back to the DPO to take to the Anti-kidnapping Unit and this, we did without any second thought, telling the DPO that we had washed our hands off the matter and would not wish to be associated with it.

Accordingly, the suspect was taken to Police custody where interrogations and thorough investigations are being carried out by the Police and the sister law enforcement agencies. I have no doubt that the suspect would have made useful statements to the Police to guide their further actions on the matter.

Unfortunately, social media has been overflowing with so many damaging publications trying to link me up with the crime and further extending it beyond the specific incidence of Late Ms Umoren to an atrocious trade on human parts.

Well, I want to state that I do not know about the suspect’s activities since he never lived or grew up with me. My role in the entire case is as stated and remains verifiably so.

Voluntarily on my own, I have made a statement to the Police on record and they are fully aware of my role in the case. I have also assured them of my cooperation whenever and wherever I may necessarily be called upon.

As a human, I am deeply saddened and devastated by the turn out of event as all the three of us namely the DPO, the Council Chairman and myself who facilitated the arrest of the suspect are now facing false, malicious and damaging media attack trying desperately to link us with the offense in respect of which we made lots of sacrifices to ensure the suspect got into the Police net where he is currently being detained, interrogated and investigated.

Personally, I have been receiving threat messages from some over-zealous individuals who have labeled me a trader on human parts. Now everybody who has lost a friend or family member to kidnap cases, view me as the culprit. I no longer feel safe walking the street as a simple and ordinary man that I have always been but I have no regret that I measured up squarely to that responsibility of bringing out the criminal suspect face to face with the law.

I am consoled that the suspect is in lawful custody and will be prosecuted in line with the law of our land. So, if this is the price I have to pay for bringing the murderer of my sister from another mother to face the law, I embrace this very heavy burden and trust that both time and God will be kind enough to redeem my image so misguidedly tarnished.

My only regret is that there is no absolute reparation and replacement for the tender life so heartlessly and callously terminated at its prime stage. I commiserate with family and friends of the dearly departed and hope that justice will be done in the matter.

Notwithstanding above, honestly being my role in the matter and my conscience being crystal clear, if any person or group of persons know more than the Police do or possess within their exclusive preserves, any evidence linking me or anyone else with the criminal act of Uduak Frank Akpan, they should freely approach the Police authority and make useful disclosures on such information rather than submerge the public media with speculative allegations aimed at constituting media trials and securing street convictions for very responsible persons who played sensitive and critical roles leading to the arrest of the suspect by the Police.
Thank you.
– KUFRE EFFIONG-
From pmnewsnigeria




*This Press release get as e be...

Why will you take him to question him privately before allowing him to be arrested? Why involve yourself and then un-involve yourself? No one has a right to Judge or frame zou but this press release has holes.

79 comments:

  1. Wonderful!

    Basically, the culprit is well connected abi? It’s alright

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    1. This man MUST be held with the main suspect. Why Take a Crime Suspect home first? Why? Even the DPO Must be taken off the Case immediately, the DPO was more concerned about the suspect being scared of his tinted car and opted for another car. Ahhh! Nigeria is a horrible country. Here in the United Kingdom all three of these madness would be put under investigation and the Chairman on leave with this press briefer and the DPO taken off the case. This is horrible to read. Tampering with a Murder case. Bloody Criminals and he is already calling GOD'S name on kindness?

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    2. Don't mind them. A DPO allowed you to take a suspect home ( the chairman's place) to interrogate him privately...

      Of all the people in his contact list, the suspect choose to call you because you're his lawyer, o kwaya??

      Keep lying but you can't deceive us...

      Hiny's death will definitely get justice...

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    3. In Nigeria, you are taking a suspect home to calm him down....
      This same Nigeria that they will shoot your legs before asking questions.

      All of you must be held accountable.
      Please let them hold the network companies involved o
      All recorded messages must come out, all of them.

      If not that a private citizen took it upon himself to release all these, will we even know?

      Your cousin won't just call your number like that, he needed to get in contact with his bosses in charge so they could help him.

      If you dint have any involvement,he won't just call you out of the blues...abi are you the only cousin he has?

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    4. They took him to the chairman's house to school him on what to say. How come he didn't mention the other bodies exhumed from the spot where the dead girl's corpse was found. I am smelling a big rat in this press release. May God over expose all of you. Nonsense and Buhari.

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  2. Stella thank you for highlighting that particular paragraph.

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  3. Is it weird that I think that I believe his version!???

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    1. It is not weird. For some reason, I believe him too.

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    2. I kinda believe him also.

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    3. Eka pls don't.let me ask you a question, if a baby is hurt or hungry who does who look to for solace,his parents because he knows with them he will get what he wants.
      Whenever you are down,the first person you think of is who can give you solace and solution.

      Now, this is a killing issue,the first person that will come to his mind is someone who can get him out of the mess because he knows no matter the gravity of the crime ,the person will help him out.
      If it's a relative he has no crime history with,he will not call the person because he knows the person will wash their hands off and may not even answer him.
      Eka connect the dots,there is more to his lies.

      Which police will allow you take a kidnapper and a suspect killer home for private interrogation without any officer been present esp when they know it has gone online.

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    4. @Tenth, I have no idea what to believe anymore. But if he is guilty as well, I hope he doesn't go Scot free. His story at first glance seems believable but then who knows.

      I just want justice to be served appropriately.

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    5. I also believe him.

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    6. Eka you are right. Many times these unfortunate souls don't waste their free phone call on a parent or siblings who are hustling like them when they are facing criminal charges. There is always that star in the family and that is where the chairman and this Kuffre come in.Frank the killer was hoping that their connects could give him a soft landing after all, the kinsmen called the chairman to help give his father his medication. This is why many people choose to have a healthy distance from this type of relatives. If it is not school fees, it's another big problem.

      The police can be rather unprofessional and that is why they let Frank be questioned by his relatives hoping he'll loosen up and drop more info or names.

      I still believe Frank wasn't working alone and more investigation needs to be done especially a thorough autopsy to see if there are missing organs in the body of the deceased and a better investigation of Frank's calling history is especially on WhatsApp or Facebook. Was there equipment needed to ferry harvested organs at the scene?

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    7. Dem don use big grammar and sprinkle 'God here', 'God there' confuse you lot. Buahahahahahahahaha

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  4. I think i believe this man to some extent.Ofcourse he can interrogate him privately as a relation because even if he is lying to the police about what happened,he can never lie to one of his own.We all have people we tell truth to,and as you can see,he washed off his hands as soon as he revealed the truth to him him because it is now a public affair.

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    1. You interrogate a MURDER suspect privately, asking that the DPO excuses you.
      You deserve Buhari
      You’re such a dunce.

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    2. Anonymous, you are the dunce! He was not a murder suspect at the time. He was only to give information about his communication with the girl. Only became a murder suspect when he admitted to his cousin and chairman that she was dead! and that was when he can now be officially a murder suspect hence they now handed him to police.

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    3. @anonymous, how is he a dunce? As at when he interrogated him, he wasn't a murder suspect but a kidnap suspect. Immediately he confessed to his crime, he was handed over to the dpo. Not everybody has to see things the way u see it and stop with the insult. Communicate like an educated person. Na wa, small thing insults everywhere

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  5. This is why it is always good to keep mum until everything is unravelled. The worst thing thst can happen to the innocent is false accusation. It is a terrible situation to be in and things aren't always what they seem.Let justice prevail and the soul of the dead rest in peace.

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  6. See how one family member can kobalize the others. Reason we must all speak out when family members are going astray.

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    1. True!

      This press release makes alot of sense and it was neccessary. Good he spoke out, silence indeed isn't always golden.

      Rest on Ini

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    2. Speak out ke? Ha! Nigerians will tell you to drink water and mind your business o until the thing hits them directly. Then they'd start begging those who don't mind their business to help them coman chook mouth. Many of them deserve what they get eventually.

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  7. Secon Hand Anon13 May 2021 at 11:38

    I do not know if this man is guilty or innocent, but the truth is, when something like this happens, there is always a conspiracy theory. I'm in the state where the murder happened and I can tell you people do not know what to believe anymore because there are so many versions to the incident.

    I just pray the Police really do their job for the 'original truth' to come out.

    Its painful.

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  8. This guy is saying something that is making sense.

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  9. @ Stella, he only questioned him like a younger cousin, mind you it was only speculated on social media that the late girl visited him, he couldn't have known for sure that the girl was killed and even more so by his own relative. Nigerians need to stop the social media justice, please channel it to the terroists and the government that has clearly failed us. Somehow i believe the man. May we never be caught up in evil associations. Amen

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    1. Questioned him my fair arse..he called him many times before the day he killed the girl.
      The two are into the business abeg and that's why he had to call his PGA the cousin about what was trending online.
      God will punish them all

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    2. Thank you.
      He had been communicating with this his cousin way before then, what business were they transacting?
      Abi you will just be calling your cousin almost all the time...as what biko, he no get work.

      All of them have contradictory stories, the truth must come out.
      As of today they claim that udauk commited suicide in prison.

      Now ask yourself if you get caught doing something bad,(knowing you work for connected people) who would be the first person you call?

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    3. He could have been calling as they always do, for money, admission, or a job or for his parents who needed one thing or the other. Has an autopsy proven that organs were harvested before we bring out the pitchforks? Being falsely accused is a terrible thing.

      The "suicide" of the murderer won't help the case one bit as it will pour kerosene on the many conspiracy theories but the police need to investigate his app calls and see all those he was communicating with and how he was getting money.

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    4. He could have been calling as they always do, for money, admission, or a job or for his parents who needed one thing or the other. Has an autopsy proven that organs were harvested before we bring out the pitchforks? Being falsely accused is a terrible thing.

      The "suicide" of the murderer won't help the case one bit as it will pour kerosene on the many conspiracy theories but the police need to investigate his app calls and see all those he was communicating with and how he was getting money.

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    5. He could have been calling as they always do, for money, admission, or a job or for his parents who needed one thing or the other. Has an autopsy proven that organs were harvested before we bring out the pitchforks? Being falsely accused is a terrible thing.

      The "suicide" of the murderer won't help the case one bit as it will pour kerosene on the many conspiracy theories but the police need to investigate his app calls and see all those he was communicating with and how he was getting money.

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  10. They should grill that killer thoroughly. He will sing like a bird naming all his collaborators.

    This defence put up there seems to me like a well rehearsed response.

    In my opinion, the investigations should be taken away from that region, let the call conversations be retrieved from the network operators. That is the only sure way of knowing the absolute truth of the matter

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    1. God bless you abundantly. No criminal will confess to a crime until they are sure that there's solid evidence against them. After all, he said "Uduak lied" too about meeting up with Hinny. Why didn't he believe his cousin rightaway and had to interrogate him privately? Only the Telcos can solve this mystery as it stands but are we sure they are not trying to manipulate those records at this very moment? I've seen it done in oyinbo movies which means it's a possibility.

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  11. " if this is the price I have to pay for bringing the murderer of my sister from another mother to face the law, I embrace this very heavy burden"

    This statement sounds weird, if you are not guilty of the accusations leveled against you, why indirectly accept the blame?

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    1. He did not accept any blame ma. You are a mother. I pray you and yours never suffer a false accusation. I hope none of the people you have helped or sent money rope you into something evil. I hope you can imagine what it means to be the connected one in the family. What would calling riffraffs without generators to charge their phones have done for the murderer? Has an autopsy verified that organs went missing? Do you have any proof to the contrary so you can head to your nearest police station? Would you have preferred this man did not interogate his hopeless relative and the cult of the killer go to the station to bribe his way out or kill him? Is he not presently paying the price for helping the police lure this guy out? Did he and the chairman not succeed in getting the confession and helping the police start the case?

      Does grammar or syntax prove guilt?

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    2. I agree. he would have even threatened to sue the roper but he didn't.

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  12. Stella he took him in to tell him what to say to the police.
    See how he left out the part where they saw shallow graves and other things pointing to multiple murders, he is only hammering on the murder of Iniobong alone. The murderer is well connected, he may either walk free or killed to protect other big men involved

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    1. Gbam! You go school✔. Uduak first denied in the presence of the DPO (according to Kufre o) because guy-man thought it was business as usual.

      Then they took him aside [or not] to tell him "Matter don pass that level o. This is what you should say now. Admit it. Let them jail you. Nigerians will move on. Then after 1 year, we'd replace you with another person in jail and smuggle you out of the country under a different name. Case closed". Na today? Uduak is their fall guy. If this matter drags on, they'll kill him to cover up. Lobatan.

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    2. Bless you the two Anons.... Who interrogates a suspect privately when the DPO is there???
      I'm not moved by his press release...

      All I know is that nobody will escape God's judgement...

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  13. Well...Nothing is hidden under the sun....time will tell.

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  14. Why was the first question that he could up with was "if she is still alive"?

    The latest this morning is that the said Uduak Akpan committed suicide in the police cell

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    1. Huh?😳😳😳😳😳committed suicide?

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    2. Maybe they've probably killed him to cover up

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    3. Please what would you have asked considering half the sorry was shared online and the girl was still missing? Was he to ask if she has eaten or what her favourite colour is?

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    4. God bless you greatly anon, why not where is she now? Why such a question? Some persons are involved and never knew this one would raise such dust

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    5. For the man to ask such question, shows he knows something definitely

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  15. His version seems true to me.

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  16. My question is why taking him to chairman's house before handing him over to the police. I don't buy this nonsense

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  17. My question is why taking him to chairman's house for questioning before handing him over to the policee? I don't buy this nonsense

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  18. Na wa o

    The cousin may not know anything o. How many of you are close to your cousins or even have any relationship with them?

    May our family members not bring us shame

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    1. Big amen. I think the problem is that most Nigerians are the ones who call those cousins whose trappings of success they feel entitled to so they can't see things from the point of view of the cousins who revive such calls daily.

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    2. They have been communicating days leading up to the murder day

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  19. David Hundeyin didn't state categorically that Kufre Effiong was guilty. He only pointed out that there was communication between the two as the social media was heating up. He also hinted at police involvement in an alleged cover-up. What I know is that this Iniobong lady get strong spirit. Her head strong and she's fighting back from yonder. Na her spirit go enter that David Hundeyin guy wey carry the thing for head now. May we not have suegbe and mumu spirit that will be watching cartoon after such injustice. They will all be exposed in Jesus' name! And if there's any member of Ini's family who has collected "shut up" money, may they be disgraced too.

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    1. You are a case, lol @ suegbe spirit. The prayer should be may this sort of evil never happen to us.

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  20. Look at them believing him... Why do you people believe this man?

    Crime will never end in Nigeria and y'all like it that way?

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    1. I just tire for these people Mrs.A

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    2. I'm also wondering at the believing...

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    3. He may or may not be guilty.

      The only thing connecting him to the crime for now is the several calls he made to the suspect after the crime. That doesn't necessarily mean he is an accomplice. Seeing one's cousin in the news for a crime would prompt one to make such frantic calls. You want to directly speak to the person and hear them out.

      That my cousin is a criminal doesn't mean I am one or not one.

      There are occasions where the suspect feels more comfortable confessing their crimes to loved ones and the police allows it.

      I pray Ini gets justice and her killers and accomplices are fished out.

      Let us watch events unfold.

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    4. As in how can I believe this.. After reading the David's post.
      This is a masterminded crime. 😫

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    5. We are just too sentimental
      I can never believe something like this.
      How dare he say he took him to a private place to confess.
      Abi you told him how far the matter has gone.

      We are not ready for justice in Nigeria

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    6. As in ehn pizza πŸ• brains. Small grammar? Their brain has imploded.

      If you can't compare and contrast fact vs fiction, too bad for you.

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    7. My dear, his story is so ridicule with plenty holes and so many untold stories.

      I am not convinced that he's innocent ONE BIT!

      Thank God for David the investigative journalist, God will continue to open their evil deeds, tell them continue spinning fictitious story.


      You can fool some people sometimes,but you can't fool all the people all the time *Bob Marley*

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  21. Stella , you and those who are doubting this man should know that that reporter also tried to implicate one Blessing Godwin because Uduak called her just as he was calling the late girl. But according to premium times Blessing Godwin was to go for the same interview but changed her mind because of distance. Blessing was 60 miles away from where the interview was to take place. Nobody knows what the so called investigative journalist wants to achieve. Effiong said Uduak wanted to speak to him and the chairman alone

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    1. Thank you for this strong point. All these days, no follow up piece correcting earlier assumptions and he sits back and watches this initially well intended publication damage reputations and lives.

      Has any autopsy confirmed that organs went missing? Has he found any other calls linking staff of CCCR with anyone on Frank's contact list? Has Frank been seen with a container/cooler meant for organ transport? Does Frank have any link to people in aviation because these organs need to be be stored at a certain temperature and transferred quickly? What is his account balance like and who were those paying into it? If it is about rituals, a better study of his contact and useful information on his means of transport and where he frequests and who he hangs out with will give a fuller picture. Hundeyin should publish a better fleshed part two of this report.

      The police should continue this case by going through Frank's social media and WhatsApp to know his other victims and all those he frequently communicates with.

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  22. @amebonawork πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ suegbe and Mumu spirit πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  23. Fillers are saying that the girl's family have been compromised. They have agreed to be settled.

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  24. Salient Points to note in the three different Press Releases by The Police, The Chairman and Kufre Effiong;

    1. THE POLICE

    "The suspect confessed to have told his Local Government Chairman of his atrocity before escaping to Calabar and was never at anytime handed over to the Police by anyone".

    2. THE CHAIRMAN

    "For the records, it is not true that the suspect made a confession to me of his committing the crime before escaping to Calabar. As a matter of fact, when contacted, the suspect who was still denying his role on the trending kidnap/abduction news was persuaded to turn himself in order to clear his name, if his hands were clean as claimed by him. The suspect had no personal physical contact with me prior to his arrest by the DPO of Uruan".

    3. KUFRE EFFIONG

    "The suspect requested that he needed audience with the Chairman and myself alone. So, we took him in urging him to tell us the truth to enable us assist him where necessary. Uduak started crying and shook his head to indicate that she was no more! I was wailing like a woman who has just lost all and so was the Chairman. With that mixed frustration and infuriation, we quickly handed the suspect back to the DPO to take to the Anti-kidnapping Unit and this, we did without any second thought, telling the DPO that we had washed our hands off the matter and would not wish to be associated with it".


    The guy na executive criminal that has to be "calmed down" to tell the truth

    As it is sef,it seems the family has been compromised. That girl's blood will hunt them for life

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    1. Oil dey your head. The whole family involved in this will know NO PEACE.

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    2. Thank you Marvel!

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  25. Its hard to pick what to believe right now, but this story up there has some holes. Not saying the guy is guilty or innocent but this story is too well scripted.
    Lord have mercy!

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  26. GOD please expose and disgrace all involved in Jesus Christ name Amen

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