Centre for Basic Rights Protection And Accountability Campaign has called on the Rivers State Police Command to investigate the circumstance that led to the death of a female tenant Uchechi popularly known as ‘Oyibo’ at a compound located in Woke street off Chirubim road, Mile 3 diobu who was found dead by her co-tenants in her apartment after her male lover living with her ‘disappeared’ with their two year old daugther.
A lawyer with the human rights advocacy group, Festus Bonwin said the sudden disappearance of the man who was living with Uchechi popularly called ‘Oyibo’ even before the cotenants discovered she was dead raises serious suspicion as to what actually led to the death of the deceased.
Festus Bonwin called for transfer of the case file from Nkpolu Police Divisional Headquarters to State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) for proper investigation which should include Autopsy.
Festus Bonwin qually urge the cotenants of ‘Oyibo’ and other well meaning citizens to give the Police useful information that could lead to arrest of the male lover who fled with the two year old child even as he expressed concern on the safety of the child.
“As an organization we have visited the compound where the Lady was discovered dead by her co-tenants and confirmed that the male lover who lives with her fled with their two year old daugther even. before their neighbours discovered that ‘Oyibo’ is dead”, he said