Rivers Pastor Butchered, Body Parts Used for Pepper Soup and Plantain Pottage
There’s shock in River State as one Pastor Samuel Okpara from Edoha community in Ahoada East, was abducted, killed and used to prepare pepper soup.
This was disclosed by the State Commissioner of Police Zaki Ahmed Monday while parading 25 suspects in Port Harcourt arrested for their involvement in various criminal activities in the state.
Making the announcement, Ahmed restated that the command’s determination to re-arrest the suspected ritualist, Ifeanyi Dike, who escaped from custody after raping and murdering an eight-year-old girl earlier this month, Sun writes.
According to Ahmed, Pastor Okpara was abducted by a notorious kidnap gang in Edoha on August 15, 2017, killed and beheaded, adding that his liver and intestines were used to prepare pepper soup and plantain porridge.
The police boss further disclosed that, during the onslaught against kidnapping by men of the Anti-Kidnapping Unit (AKU), one Roland Peter, a member of the gang, was arrested.
“The command, in continuation of its onslaught against kidnapping, arrested one Roland Peter, a member of a notorious gang that kidnapped Pastor Samuel Okpara from the Edoha Ahoada East LGA in Rivers State,” he said.
“Pastor Okpara was kidnapped, killed and beheaded. His liver and intestines were used to prepare pepper soup and plantain pottage. The suspect was arrested while preparing the meal for his gang. He is helping the police in their investigation.”
Peter has meanwhile denied any involvement in the abduction and killing of Okpara, describing himself also as a pastor.
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