The father of a little girl who was brutally murdered by an undergraduate student of University of Port Harcourt.
The father of the slain girl, Ernest Nmezuwuba whose daughter was killed for money rituals has revealed how the daughter was killed by a man he considered to be a part of his family.
Nmezuwuba was left in shock after a 200-level student of the University of Port Harcourt, Ifeanyi Dike last week abducted and murdered the man’s 8-year-old girl, Victory Chikamso, for ritual purposes. Speaking with newsmen at the State Police Command on Saturday.
“I am from Ochiogwa, Imo State. The man who killed my daughter is like my brother, someone very close to me, I can call him my cousin. He resides at Eliozu. When I returned home on Friday, and learnt that my daughter was missing, I immediately began a search.
After the search became fruitless, I decided to report the matter to the police. This Ifeanyi (suspect) we are talking about is a habitual criminal. He committed a crime in a bank and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad caught him.
Then the in-law went and bailed him. So, around 1.30am, the security men ran to me and said that they had seen my daughter and that I should come and see the man that kidnapped my daughter.
I was in my shorts and I rushed to the place with the security agents. I was told that the person that killed my daughter was caught while carrying a load around 1.10am. The load was in a sack.
The policemen said when they confronted him, he said he wanted to take it to the dustbin. When I got there, I asked: where is my daughter? They showed me a sack.
As I opened it, I saw my daughter; I peeped and watched very well, the two eyes were off, the tongue was gone, one of the breasts was off, one of the fingers, the smaller one, was off. I watched at the centre here, he had carved it (vagina) out.
This boy decided to use my child for ritual. As I turned back and saw him, he (Dike) was looking at the ground. Immediately I saw him, I shouted, Ifeanyi, you killed by daughter. But he said it was not only him.”