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Son Of Enugu Traditional Ruler Arrested In Abuja Over Murder Of Lawyer After Three Years On The Run

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A Chief Magistrate Court in Enugu has remanded Prince Afam Ude in prison custody over the murder of Barrister Ejimofor Ozongwu.

The police charged Ude with conspiracy of felony and murder of Ozongwu, who was reportedly killed in cold blood at his farm in December 23, 2015, following a land dispute.

It was gathered that Ude, son of the traditional ruler of Okwojo-Ngwo Asaa Autonomous Community, Col. C. C. Ude (rtd), was said to have been on the run with other members of the community since December, 2015 after the murder of Ozongwu who was the executive secretary for the Actualization of Adada State.

But luck reportedly ran out for suspect on Tuesday when a crack team of policemen that have been trailing him since 2015 arrested him in his hideout in Abuja.

Subsequently, he was arraigned before Chief Magistrate Denis Ekoh on a two count-charge bordering on conspiracy and murder.

When the charge was read, the accused person did not take plea as the magistrate declined jurisdiction to try the matter and ordered the transfer of the case file to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The magistrate consequently remanded the suspect in Enugu Maximum Prison and adjourned the case to July 23 for report.

The younger brother of the deceased, Chief Eric Ozongwu, who spoke to journalists shortly after the court rose, said the arrest of Prince Ude has brought the number of persons police had arrested in connection to the killing of his brother to 10 while four others have fled the country.

“We confirmed that two persons ran to South Africa, one ran to Ghana while another one ran to China.” said Chief Eric Ozongwu.

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Lolx. Hw did he know where they ran to. Anyway God one of them is caught and the others will recieve their punish very soon

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He should face the law.

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This country is turn to another thing

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When the charge was read, the accused person did not take plea as the magistrate declined jurisdiction to try the matter and ordered the transfer of the case file to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The magistrate consequently remanded the suspect in Enugu Maximum Prison and adjourned the case to July 23 for report.

The younger brother of the deceased, Chief Eric Ozongwu, who spoke to journalists shortly after the court rose, said the arrest of Prince Ude has brought the number of persons police had arrested in connection to the killing of his brother to 10 while four others have fled the country.

“We confirmed that two persons ran to South Africa, one ran to Ghana while another one ran to China.” said Chief Eric Ozongwu. [/quote]

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that's the thing about crime; you can run but you can hide.

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[ @dongreat: ] A Chief Magistrate Court in Enugu has remanded Prince Afam Ude in prison custody over the murder of Barrister Ejimofor Ozongwu.

The police charged Ude with conspiracy of felony and murder of Ozongwu, who was reportedly killed in cold blood at his farm in December 23, 2015, following a land dispute.

It was gathered that Ude, son of the traditional ruler of Okwojo-Ngwo Asaa Autonomous Community, Col. C. C. Ude (rtd), was said to have been on the run with other members of the community since December, 2015 after the murder of Ozongwu who was the executive secretary for the Actualization of Adada State.

But luck reportedly ran out for suspect on Tuesday when a crack team of policemen that have been trailing him since 2015 arrested him in his hideout in Abuja.

Subsequently, he was arraigned before Chief Magistrate Denis Ekoh on a two count-charge bordering on conspiracy and murder.

When the charge was read, the accused person did not take plea as the magistrate declined jurisdiction to try the matter and ordered the transfer of the case file to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The magistrate consequently remanded the suspect in Enugu Maximum Prison and adjourned the case to July 23 for report.

The younger brother of the deceased, Chief Eric Ozongwu, who spoke to journalists shortly after the court rose, said the arrest of Prince Ude has brought the number of persons police had arrested in connection to the killing of his brother to 10 while four others have fled the country.

“We confirmed that two persons ran to South Africa, one ran to Ghana while another one ran to China.” said Chief Eric Ozongwu.

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[ @dongreat: ] A Chief Magistrate Court in Enugu has remanded Prince Afam Ude in prison custody over the murder of Barrister Ejimofor Ozongwu.

The police charged Ude with conspiracy of felony and murder of Ozongwu, who was reportedly killed in cold blood at his farm in December 23, 2015, following a land dispute.

It was gathered that Ude, son of the traditional ruler of Okwojo-Ngwo Asaa Autonomous Community, Col. C. C. Ude (rtd), was said to have been on the run with other members of the community since December, 2015 after the murder of Ozongwu who was the executive secretary for the Actualization of Adada State.

But luck reportedly ran out for suspect on Tuesday when a crack team of policemen that have been trailing him since 2015 arrested him in his hideout in Abuja.

Subsequently, he was arraigned before Chief Magistrate Denis Ekoh on a two count-charge bordering on conspiracy and murder.

When the charge was read, the accused person did not take plea as the magistrate declined jurisdiction to try the matter and ordered the transfer of the case file to the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The magistrate consequently remanded the suspect in Enugu Maximum Prison and adjourned the case to July 23 for report.

The younger brother of the deceased, Chief Eric Ozongwu, who spoke to journalists shortly after the court rose, said the arrest of Prince Ude has brought the number of persons police had arrested in connection to the killing of his brother to 10 while four others have fled the country.

“We confirmed that two persons ran to South Africa, one ran to Ghana while another one ran to China.” said Chief Eric Ozongwu.

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Justice must prevail

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Let justice takes its course

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good thing he has been caught,he has tarnished his father's image

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Nemesis has caught up with him.

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The deed is done already

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people with status dont really have the fear of God in them,how can you kill a man that has done nothig to you aside from doing his job only

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justice will be served than GOD he was caught else freely loitring.

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The police charged Ude with conspiracy of felony and murder of Ozongwu, who was reportedly killed in cold blood at his farm in December 23, 2015, following a land dispute.

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[ @Sandra83: ] Lolx. Hw did he know where they ran to. Anyway God one of them is caught and the others will recieve their punish very soon

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awelo12
3years is long oo

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Thank you for the news about the word traditional

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He was later find after bv been on the run

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