The Government Capital Region (FCT) Police Order has captured 3 suspects regarding the criminal connivance and the horrifying homicide of one Terungwa Stephenie, a 26 years of age Corper of City homes bequest Lokogoma.
Stephanie was pronounced missing in the wake of venturing out from home for her Local area Improvement Administration (Albums) in April. She was subsequently found dead fourteen days after she vanished with her body ravaged in the Lokogoma region.
An assertion delivered by DSP Josephine Adeh, representative of the state police order, says the capture of the suspects was made following the organization of Strategic and Knowledge resources available to the Order, joined to the Manslaughter branch of the State Criminal Examinations Division (SCID).
''The thought triplet in particular; Jenifer Tsembe a 26 years of age female, Monday Simon (a.k.a Dark) a 36 years of age male, and Solomon Abu a male of around 35 years old, all inhabitants of Oguta lake Maitama region of the FCT intentionally expressed their association in the execution of the obnoxious demonstration. The examination is progressing to disentangle other momentous realities, while exertion has been multiplied to capture the escaping suspect(s).'' she expressed
The representative added that the suspects will be charged to court upon the finish of the examination.
The Chief of Police FCT Order CP Babaji Sunday psc while praising the valor and result yielding exertion of the researching group, charged the great individuals of the Region not to yield in helping out the Police, particularly as contacting the interpretation of brief and significant knowledge. He further expressed that the Police won’t lay on its metals until deceitful components are being fished off their safe-houses and flushed out of the region all in all.
''To satisfactorily supplement the wrongdoing battling exertion of the Order, the great individuals of the FCT are accordingly encouraged to stay cautious and report any dubious or unusual event to the Police through the accompanying crisis lines: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653, and 08028940883, While the Public Objection Agency (PCB) work area, could be reached on: 0902 222 2352''she added