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Mysterious! Popular Lecturer found dead in Ebonyi

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Samuel Amah, Abakaliki

A lecturer with the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Mr Kyrian Nwoke, has been murdered by unknown assailants.

Until his death, he taught in the department of Physiology in AE-FUNAI until his death.

His lifeless body was found along Abakaliki ricemill axis of Ogoja Road, on Monday, with bullet wounds.

FamousReporters gathered that the deceased was using his car for a taxi in order to fend for himself and his family following the hardship occasioned by the lingering dispute between the federal government and ASUU which has led to the withholding of salaries of Lecturers for months.

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Mr Nwoke was said to have gone missing on Sunday after yet to be identified persons called him to come to Udemezue in Abakaliki to pick customers to a popular eatery along Ogoja Road.

A source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “The young man was a lecturer in Physiology Department, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu Alike-Ikwo Ebonyi State, Nigeria.

“Owing to the withheld salaries of lecturers for over 4 months, Kyrian registered his car for taxi service to be able to feed his family (wife and his 2years old daughter).

“Kyrian was called to go and pick customers at Udemezue street and drop them at a popular eatery known for local delicacies at Ogoja road Abakaliki on Sunday 10th January. He didn’t return as his lifeless body was found the next day near the Rice Mill along the same Ogoja road with bullet wounds on his body and his car missing.

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“My prayer is that the perpetrators of this evil act will never go unpunished. Ebonyi State Government and indeed security agency should sit up and bring the culprit to book.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Loveth Odah, said the Command was yet to receive official report of the murder of Mr Nwoke.

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