Tuesday, 14 May 2013

10 years after, missing woman’s corpse found in son’s wardrobe

Chimezie OsigwehThe Imo state Police Command’s Ambush Squad has arrested a 64-year-old retired school principal who is strongly believed to be a member of the Gurumaharaji sect, Chief Dr. Chimezie Osigweh.
The arrest took place in a village called Ezuru Umuagwu, Ejemekwuru in Oguta local government area where the corpse of her mother, a 78-year-old Mrs. Lucy Osigweh, who had been declared missing in 2003, was found in a large cupboard inside a shrine of a private room.
The state Commissioner of Police, Musa Mohammed Katsina, disclosed this to newsmen yesterday in a press briefing.
He said the embalmed body which was kept in that condition for about 10 years was believed to have been placed in the wardrobe by her son, Chimezie.
Katsina said useful statements made by the suspect revealed that the deceased must have been murdered by the son for ritual purposes where members of the sect used to hold nocturnal meetings to enhance their occultic powers.

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