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Decomposing Body Found Around Residence Of Man Who ‘Abducted’ Ghanaian Lady, Friend in Nigeria – Head And Parts Missing



A decomposing body was discovered near the residence of Andrew Amaechi Ochekwo, a local businessman, during a search for two missing women. The discovery has intensified the investigation into the disappearance of Afiba Abigail Tandoh, a Ghanaian national, and her Nigerian friend, Celine Chidinma Ndidum.

Ms. Tandoh was last seen in Abia State in April 2024. Shortly thereafter, both she and Ms. Ndidum were reported missing.

Nigerian security officials retrieved the body from a secluded area close to Mr. Ochekwo’s residence on Stallion Street in Ogbor-Hill. A social media post by Harrison Gwamnishu, a prominent Nigerian human rights activist, included a video showing the body wrapped in a blanket.

Mr. Gwamnishu stated that a similar curtain was found at the residence and may have been used to wrap the body. Witnesses reported signs of decomposition consistent with the body having been at the location for over a month. Additionally, they noted the absence of the head and other body parts.

“Authorities are awaiting a formal identification of the deceased,” said a spokesperson for the Abia State Police Department. “We are pursuing all leads in this investigation and will thoroughly examine any connection between the deceased and the missing women.”

Mr. Ochekwo was previously identified as a suspect in the disappearance of Ms. Tandoh and Ms. Ndidum. However, he reportedly died during an escape attempt while being transported for further questioning.

The investigation into the disappearances and the discovery of the body is ongoing.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com


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