Nigerian man kills woman, 36, after raping her

2016-11-21 13:43
Rape victim. MSF.

Rape victim. MSF.

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Abia - A man has been arrested in the Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia State in Nigerian after he allegedly raped and killed a 36-year-old woman, Punch reports.

The 60-year-old suspect, identified as Emma Ukwa was arrested by a vigilance group and handed over to the police.

It was gathered that the suspect raped the victim in a farm in the area on Friday.

Ukwa reportedly mocked the woman for being a virgin after defiling her, the report said. 

A report by Gistmaster said that Ukwa was exposed when a friend of the deceased went to the farm to find out what kept her back for a long time, but found her lifeless body.

Police were investigating. 

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