Home | Headlines | Cynthia Osokogu’s Facebook Murder Suspect Sues Nigerian Police For N50 Million
80% Of Ogun State Prostitutes Are University Undergraduates
Thugs Chase Benue Lawmakers Out Of Assembly Complex

Cynthia Osokogu’s Facebook Murder Suspect Sues Nigerian Police For N50 Million





Cynthia Osokogu’s Facebook Murder Suspect Sues Nigerian Police For N50 Million

One of the seven suspects in the death of Cynthia Osokogu, murdered in cold blood in her hotel room in Lagos, has brought a N50 million suit against the Nigeria Police for damages.

Gideon Okechukwu, who allegedly drove the killers to the hotel, also joined the Attorney-General of the Federation in the suit in which he said that the fee would cover “general and aggravated damages.”

Mr. Okechukwu, 39, also demanded a public apology to be published by the respondents in a “conspicuous portion” of a national newspaper.

On Monday, all the suspects in the murder case were brought to the Yaba Magistrate Court where the advice of the Directorate of Public Prosecution was to be read.

However, the court observing its annual leave meant they had to be returned to the Kirikiri Prisons until November 27, the date fixed for the court to sit.

The police had said in its investigations that Mr. Okechukwu, an unregistered cab driver, drove Okwumo Nwabufor, a prime suspect in the murder case, and Ms. Osokogu to Cosmilla Hotel in Festac where the latter was strangled to death.

The police also stated that Mr. Okechukwu usually drove Mr. Nwabufo during his numerous operations and also aids him in escaping from crime scenes.

In the suit, deposed at the Lagos High Court, Greg Anumenechi, counsel to the suspect, denied all the claims, adding that his client has been in police detention since August 20 without being charged to court. Mr. Anumenechi also stated that the forceful seizure of his client’s Mazda 626 car is unlawful and a violation of his right.

CLICK LINKS BELOW TO READ RELATED ARTICLES:


Nigerian Facebook Serial Killers Confess To Drugging, Raping And Killing Cynthia Osokogu - Video


Police Seize Corpse Of Cynthia Osokogu


Unilag student escapes deadly attack by Facebook friend


Woman Almost Killed By Married Man She Met On Social Media

Facebook murder: Model tells police she was a victim of Cynthia’s killers

 


view more articles

About Article Author

Latest Nigeria News