Cynthia Osokogu’ Facebook Killers Charged With Murder
August 27, 2012 – Cynthia Osokogu’ Facebook Killers Charged With Murder
4 men who are the suspects of the brutal killing of a lady, Cynthia Osogoku were arraigned on Monday morning before Magistrate Aka Bashorun of Yaba Magistrate’s. www.naijagists.com
The suspects are:
- Okwumo Echezona Nwabufor, 33
- Ezike Ilechukwu Olisaeloka, 23
- Orji Osita, 32
- Maduakor Chukwunonso, 25.
The 4 murderers were slammed with an 8-count murder,armed robbery, administering obnoxious substance, Rohyenol via Ribena fruit drink among other charges.
The charge states the suspects r*aped the late victim.
They pleaded not guilty but their plea was rejected.
The court ordered them remanded in prison and their file duplicated for DPP’s advice.
The case has been adjourned till the 3rd of Oct,2012.
A Little About Cynthia Osokogu Murdered By Facebook Friends
The late Cynthia is the only daughter of a Ret. Major Frank Osokogu. She was a post-graduate student and the owner of a popular fashion store in Nassarawa state, Nigeria.
She met with her killers on Facebook social media site.
Her killers are, Ezike Ilechukwu Olisaeloka, 23, and Okwumo Echezona Nwabufor, 33, confessed to the police that they lured her to Lagos from her base in Nassarawa State under the pretext that they are also into clothing business.
After receiving her at the Murtala Muhammed airport in Lagos, they took her to a hotel in Festac Town.
Eloka said they later put Rohyenol tablet in her Ribena drink and slept with her for about 12 hours.
After discovering that Cynthia did not have a lot of money on her as they earlier presumed, they raped her for 12 hours and later strangled her.
Following the arrest and subsequent parade of Olisaeloka and his cousin, Nwabufor, over the murder of Cynthia, three more ladies came forward, saying they were once victims of the alleged murderers.
The three women reportedly went to Festac Police Command to write a statement about how they were drugged, raped and robbed by the suspects now facing trial.