Two suspects arrested for allegedly killing two brothers in Aba
Two suspects have been arrested for allegedly killing two brothers, Bright and Victory Osuagwu, in Osisioma, near Aba in Abia state.
The State Police Command’s Spokesman, SP Geoffrey Ogbonna, confirmed the arrest to newsmen on Thursday, NAN reports.
Ogbonna said Bright and Victor, aged nine and seven, were allegedly strangled to death in their home in Osisioma on Good Friday, while their parents, were away.
The police spokesman said the principal suspect, Chukwuebuka Nnamani, was arrested with the help of his alleged accomplice, one Amanna, who was caught by people in the neighbourhood when he returned to burgle the Osuagwu’s house.
He added that Amanna, who lived in the same neighbourhood, took advantage of the absence of the occupants to sneak into the house to steal.
Ogbonna said “He also told the angry crowd that Nnamani paid him N20,000 to assist him to commit the dastardly act.
“He told the police that he was watching the environment for Nnamani to ensure that no one entered the place, while he strangled the boys to death.”
He said the command had commenced full investigation into the matter and would soon get to the root of it.
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