Police Parade Suspected UNIPORT Student Murderer and Organ Harvester

Police Parade Suspected UNIPORT Student Murderer and Organ Harvester

In a recent development, the Rivers State Police Command has showcased a suspect accused of both murder and organ harvesting. The individual in question is Demian Okoligwe, who stands accused of killing and dismembering his female partner, Justina Otuene.

The Commissioner of Police, Nwonyi Emeka, revealed that Okoligwe, a student in the University of Port Harcourt's Department of Petrochemical Engineering, lured Otuene, a fellow student in her third year at the university, to his residence. Tragically, it was here that he allegedly ended her life and removed her organs.

The arrest unfolded following a tip-off. On October 25, 2023, around 3:30 pm, the Ozuoba Division's law enforcement received a complaint from a concerned neighbor living on Road 20 near NTA Ozuoba. This Good Samaritan, whose name has been withheld, reported a foul odor emanating from Damian Okoligwe's room, a fellow tenant.

Promptly, the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) and detectives proceeded to the location. They were compelled to force open the door upon arrival, which led to the discovery of a bag commonly referred to as a "ghana-must-go" bag, containing the lifeless body of a person.

The suspect, who had attempted to flee, was subsequently located and apprehended for further investigation.

The lifeless body of the victim, 20-year-old Justina Otuene, a 300-level student in the Biochemistry department at the University of Port Harcourt, was recovered and has been placed in the mortuary. Initial investigations are currently underway, with the case having been transferred to the state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for a discreet and thorough inquiry.

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