Hoodlums Gang-Rape Lady To Death In Kogi

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A young woman, Miss Grace Ebiloma, who was on her way from a vigil was gang-raped by hoodlums in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital. The lady was said to be on her way home from the church when the hoodlums seized her and dragged her into the bush where they allegedly raped her. Leadership Newspaper report:

According to a statement by the evangelist Enechojo Agene of Uleju Ojo Power House Ministry, the lady had gone to a nearby structure opposite the church to rest after the vigil, when the hoodlums struck, raping and killing her.

The statement said that the hoodlums raped her to death, stressing that the body of the victim was recovered from the bush after a search was conducted.

Envangelist Agene described the action of the hoodlums as heinous, calling on God in heaven to visit vengeance on the perpetrators of this gruesome act.

Agene also called on security operatives to intensify efforts at bringing the hoodlums to book, noting that those who perpetrated the crime should go unpunished.

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, Elvis Aguebor, said that the matter had not been reported to the state headquarters of the command.

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