‘I am so disappointed in Nigerian Police’
Following the update of a rape case that led to the death of Vera Omozowa, student of the University of Benin, the sister to Vera recently disclosed that The Nigerian Police requested for mobility money from her parents before they could carry out the investigation.
“I am so disappointed in Nigerian Police for requesting for mobility fee before they can investigate the rape case of my sister”, she lamented.
Speaking to some press recently about what happened before the case escalated and gone viral in the country, Vera’s sister added that the Police lied that Mr Omozowa didn’t call the police to inform them about the incident.
“I went online on social media since the incident happened and saw a post that my father refused to call the police to report the incident and that was a big lie, my father was at the station severally as if it was his house to the extent that he was insulted”, she stated.
Speaking on the incident, Late Vera’s sister further stressed some said Vera died on May 14th, which was not true, however, she said the incident happened on 27th of May, Wednesday, but she gave up to the ghost on Saturday, May 30th.
Recall that Vera was a 100Level student of Microbiology of University of Benin, Edo Estate, raped and murdered with a fire extinguisher according to the report gathered. It was said that the incident happened in the church, The Redeem Christian Church of God, RCCG, as she was reading before the incident happened.
However, the management of the Tertiary Institution released a statement days ago as they sympathize with the family and advised other students to be careful of the company they keep and where they visit.
Relatively, the governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, also added that such actions is wickedness as he has ordered the Police to carry out investigations as soon as possible for justice to be done.
Meanwhile, some suspects have been arrested today with the medical test done on the fire extinguisher tool used to hit Vera’s head.
Reacting to the incident, many Nigerians clamoured for proper justice to be done, however, suggested that they should not arrest the wrong people and let go of the killers.