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#JusticeForHinyUmoren: Lady shares Facebook chat with suspected killer

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#JusticeForHinyUmoren Akpan Uduak



Following the death of Iniubong Umoren, a woman identified as Miriam Bassey has called out Uduak Frank Akpan, the suspected murderer of the female job seeker for allegedly trying to lure her with a fake job.

She shared the Facebook conversation she had with Uduak, dating back to December 2020 when she was contacted for a job.

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Sharing the screenshots of her chat with Uduak, she wrote;

Ini Umoren’s suspected murderer has claimed that her death was accidental.

While reiterating that her death was not pre-meditated, Akpan confessed that the deceased slumped after he hit her with a stabilizer.

Recall that WuzupNigeria reported the disappearance of Umoren after she got a job invitation via Twitter on April 27th.

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The Akwa Ibom job seeker was last seen after she went to honour an appointment with an unnamed interviewer at Ibiaku, Ibiono Ibom area of the state.

Akpan revealed that he had violently abused five other ladies but Umoren was the first victim who died after the encounter.

See screenshots of the Facebook chat shared by Mirriam Bassey:

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