The mother of the 21-year-old girl, Charity Ngozi Eze, who was allegedly raped and murdered at Imufu, Igbo-Eze North Local Government Area of Enugu State in March last year has cried out for a more thorough investigation into the circumstances which led to her daughter’s untimely death.

Ngozi Eze who was living with her parents at Abuja but relocated to her village in Imufu to enable her attend extra-mural classes for last year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, UTME was allegedly raped and murdered by suspected assailants.

It was gathered that Ngozi’s father, Jonathan, took her to the Township Primary School 1, Ogrute in the morning of March 26, 2019, on his motorcycle for the extra-mural studies as he usually did on a daily basis but on that day, she did not come back alive.

Her half naked body was found in the morning of March 27, 2019 by early risers in a bush behind the Community Secondary School, Imufu where she was allegedly raped and murdered by miscreants.

Her mother, as Juliet Eze ugly experiences, said she was pained when she saw some of the suspects walking freely and still challenging the family even before her daughter was buried.

She said three suspects were arrested in connection with her daughter’s rape and eventual murder.

She alleged that the suspects have been release from police custody and they have been threatening her.

She pleaded that the suspects be re-arrested and brought to book.

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