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Audu Madaki Orders Full Investigation Into Mrs Aganya’s Murder

Benue Commissioner of Police Audu Madaki has ordered full scale investigation into the gruesome murder of Chief Mrs Eunice Aganya.

A statement signed by DSP Anene Sewuese Catherine, Police Public Relations Officer of the Benue Command and made available to NAOSRE, stated that on March 13 at about 9.30 am, information reached the Command that Chief Mrs Eunice Aganya, wife of Commissioner Ebezimako Aganya, ret’d, who resided at Austin Iwar Street, off David Mark Bye-Pass in Makurdi could not be seen by her co-chiefs who had planned to pay a courtesy call on a Royal Father in Makurdi.

The statement stated that Police detectives who received this report swiftly moved to her house where she resided alone behind her bakery.

At her residence, her car was seen parked in front of her gate and her fence broken into but her doors were locked.

According to the Police, the team noticed blood stains on the window of the deceased and curiously broke into the house where they found the lifeless body laying in a pool of blood with a deep cut on the head.

Following this sad development, Commissioner Madaki has ordered a full scale investigation to be carried out by detectives of the Command Criminal Investigation Department.

The Benue Commissioner has commiserated with Commissioner E. Aganya, ret’d as well as family members and vows not to leave any stone unturned apprehending the culprits.
Meanwhile, the Corpse has been deposited at Bishop Murray Medical Center Morgue while one suspect has been arrested in connection with the case.

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