Final Year Civil Engineering Student Of Uniuyo Murdered By A Pastor (Sensitive) – Crime

Investigations are ongoing into the murder of Gabriel Bassey Edward in the Ifa community, Uyo, Akwa Ibom state.

A certain pastor from Winner’s Chapel, in the community of Ifa, Uyo, who is a suspected suspect, has been arrested.

Said pastor was last seen by a neighbor leaving Gabriel’s residence last week on Monday with blood stains on his clothes, after the neighbor on the roof shouted JESUS ​​loudly.

The neighbor asked why the pastor had blood on his clothes, but the answer was that he was working at the deceased’s premises and was injured.

Gabriel was assassinated with a machete and objects from the winners’ chapel that were kept in his apartment, as well as some plastic chairs and the church banner, were taken from him.

We have not yet heard from the police about the proceedings so far. We hope to hear a positive response from the uniformed officers to the extent that they have told me that the alleged could take advantage of the financial capacity to exonerate himself, revealed the brother of the deceased.

<p class="has-drop-cap has-vivid-red-color has-text-color" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">The reason the pastor killed him is reportedly because the deceased wanted to expose the pastor.The reason the pastor killed him is reportedly because the deceased wanted to expose the pastor.

Gabriel reportedly allowed Winners Chapel to leave his items in his apartment, for security reasons. He gave the pastor the spare key for easy access.

After a while she realized that her household items were missing and this had never happened. He met the pastor and followed him to find out where he was living, but upon arrival, he saw his missing household items at the pastor’s home. He informed the pastor about the missing items and allowed him to take the items away.

“We are not sure if the pastor killed him so that his cover does not blow away, as he was killed 2 days after his visit to the pastor’s home.

I am aware that this process will not bring Gabriel back to life, but it would be inappropriate for us to let this slide when we have the opportunity to let his case be handled well and whoever is involved in his murder to be tried in court. I would like to urge all of us to seek justice for Gabriel Bassey Edward. “