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Police authorities in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory have commenced investigation into the murder of

Blessing Otula, a former student of the University of Abuja, where along the Iddo Village axis of the FCT, they saw her body

the FCT.

Otunla, a former English Language student of the university, travelled from Oyo State to

Abuja on Saturday in order to get her transcript.

However, she was found dead after she was killed by unknown assailants.

A relative of Otunla with the Twitter handle, @Dondekojo, confirmed the development and faulted the process of

having to travel to get a transcript after graduating.

“I lost a cousin yesterday, and also, it’s emblematic of the state of the country. Why do graduates need to travel all the

way for transcripts? She travelled to Abuja for her transcript and ended up dead in a gutter. So sad,” the relative

tweeted.

However, the police in a statement signed on Monday by a spokesperson for the Commissioner of Police in Abuja, ASP Yusuf

Mariam condemned the murder and assured that an investigation has been launched to apprehend the

perpetrators.

“The FCT Police Command condemns in totality the murder of one Blessing Otula a former student of the University

of Abuja, thereby discovering the body along Iddo Village axis by unknown assailants.

“Consequently, the Commissioner of Police CP. Bala Ciroma has however, ordered a full-scale investigation into the

unfortunate incident and launched a manhunt for the perpetrators while commiserating with the family of the deceased.

Therefore, “the Command implores residents to report all suspicious movements, emergency or distress, through these

numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653,08028940883, and to report the conduct of Police Officers, call

the Public Complaint Bureau (PCB) number :09022222352.”

By Cynthia N.

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