By Emeka Okafor
The Delta State chapter of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) and the Concern for Peace and Societal Survival (COPASS) on Thursday expressed sadness over the rape and gruesome murder of one Joy Ezeamaka, a 24-year old lady in Ubulu-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government Area of the state.
The groups also lamented the reported beheading of another girl in Ozoro, Isoko North Local Government Area of the state, Queen Clever by unknown persons suspected to be ritualists.
In a joint statement by the chairperson of NAWOJ in the state, Patricia Gbemudu and executive director of (COPASS), Uche Onwumah, called on the law enforcement agents to leave no stone unturned in unravelling the mystery surrounding both murders.
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Her remains were reportedly discovered at about 10pm on March 11 in the bush where she was allegedly raped and killed by unknown persons suspected to be ritualists.
Late Miss Clever, on the other hand, was in her business place of roasted plantain on March 8 when she reportedly received a phone call from a supposed customer for a delivery of the local delicacy, but never returned until she her body was found headless.