Paul Obiajunwo, Port Harcourt
A group, Ikwerre Citizen for Democratic Movement (ICDM) and the family members of the woman who was murdered her husband has insisted that police must unravel the cause the murder of Mrs. Christy Agi.
The Delta State born Christy Agi, a house wife was attacked and machete to death by the husband Mr. Benson Agi at Omuokiri in Aluu community, Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Both the decease family and the community refused to detail The post the cause of the issue that led to woman’s death.
Two of the decease daughters were also inflicted with machete wounds by their father but managed to escape. The two daughters are presently receiving treatment in a local chemist shop in their area.
The family members of the decease said they reported the matter to the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad office located close to the community.
Effort to reach the Rivers State Police Public Relations officers, Nnamdi Omoni, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) to comment on the matter proves abortive, but a test message detailing on the issue was sent to his phone before the press time.
A senior police officer who pleaded anonymity said investigation has commenced and they will soon arrest the perpetrator of the act who has since ran away.
But the Publicity Secretary, Ikwerre Citizen for Democratic Movement, Mr. Justice Ohowdah said his group has given police three day to arrest the culprit
He noted that they have discussed with the decease family and concluded that the decease must face the wrath of the law for killing his wife and attacking the daughters.
It appears that the traditional rulers of Aluu is yet to be officially briefed of the ugly incident in the community.
The Paramount ruler of Omuokiri Community, Alahaji Hassan Welewa told our correspondent that they are yet to be informed of the tragedy
He threatened to invoke the gods of the land to ensure that the perpetrator of the act does not go free.
Alahaji promised to work with the security agency to ensure that those behind the act are made to face the wroth of the law.