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The Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, has requested the capture and indictment of an Abuja-based businessman, Alhaji Usman Adamu, for the charged murder of an undergraduate, Joy Odama.

The 200-level understudy of Mass Communication at the Cross River State University of Science kicked the bucket in secretive conditions in Adamu’s guesthouse in Karmo, Abuja, in December 2016.

The senator required Adamu’s capture inside 24 hours and his arraignment in a courtroom for his affirmed wrongdoing.

Ayade, who was spoken to by the Director-General, Due Process and Intelligence Unit, Dr Alphonsus Eba, at a press instructions on Wednesday in Abuja said the suspect was being protected from arraignment by the police.


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The representative said he had coordinated the Cross River State Attorney-General to work together with a previous AGF, Kanu Agabi, SAN, and the Federal Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, to guarantee that Adamu did not escape equity.

The representative said he would compose a letter to President Muhammadu Buhari over the refusal of the police to indict the suspect, promising that he would not rest until the point that equity was done in the issue.

“We approach the police to quickly capture Adamu inside 24 hours and arraign him for the murder of Joy Odama. Regardless of how moderate the wheel of equity might be, whether the representative is in control for four or eight years, this case would be sought after to the Supreme Court,” Ayade said.

 He expressed that his legislature had given cash to a toxicology test on Joy’s body, including that extra N10m had been reserved for the training of Joy’s kin, while her folks would be tended to by the state Ministry of Social Development.


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He unveiled that the remaining parts would be taken to her town in the Iyala Local Government Area of Cross River State on Tuesday and entombed the following day.

The Basic Right Enlightenment Foundation, which had championed equity for Odama family, said the murder suspect had been strolling free “and has been encouraged by the police refusal to capture him, abandoning him to proceed with his loathsome action of attracting pure young ladies to their fate.

The President of the establishment, Augustine Okechukwu, undermined to leave on a challenge if the police neglected to indict Adamu inside seven days.

The Force representative, Jimoh Moshood, denied that the police were securing Adamu, including that the examination concerning the murder had been finished up and the case record sent to the Ministry of Justice for legitimate counsel.

He said, “We are sitting tight for legitimate guidance from the Directorate of Public Prosecutions. It is not genuine that we are protecting the suspect; that affirmation is outlandish.

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