Man, 27, Killed, Buried Secretly By Monarch


A traditional ruler in the state and village head of Nkek Idim, Ukanafun Local Government Area, Chief Monday Udoudo is said to be in trouble following the alleged killing of his 27 year old son, David Monday Udoudo by another of his alleged cultist son, a 25 year old Micah Monday Udoudo.
The alleged murderer was said to have stabbed and killed his brother over a minor argument and later fled to avoid being arrested by the police.
Micah, our Crime Desk gathered was said to be one of the disciples of now late dreaded cultist, Akaninyene Jumbo popularly known as Iso Akpa afid who used to visit his father’s compound for nocturnal meeting before embarking on evil mission.
However, following the death of David, his father, Chief Monday Udoudo, secretly buried him to cover up the crime and without Police permit.
Speaking with our Crime Desk, a member of the family who pleaded anonymity confirmed the death of David and his secret burial. He also added that both the alleged cultist cum murderer and the deceased brother are from same parents (father and mother) of 10 siblings.
The family member described the killing of David as unfortunate. He, however, chided the deceased’s father for carrying out the secret burial in order to cover up the crime, noting that the blood of the deceased will certainly find out the killer as that of Abel did to Cain.
When contacted, the Akwa Ibom State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Odiko Macdon said he is not aware of the killing. He said, “I am not aware, I will make contact and find out what happened.”
In a related development, the Wednesday’s night burial of Akpan Assiek Market in Ukanafun has continued to attract condemnation from members of the public.
Those that spoke with our Crime Desk said that the destruction of properties worth millions of naira and the killing of two persons was night of the activities of criminal that have disturbed the peace of the area.



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