Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Photos: Ogun School Girl’s Cousin Narrates How She Met Her, Sold Her To Libya Pimp

                                            Okorie                John                              Precious
Kelvin Okorie (aka Okito), the maternal cousin of the 15-year-old Ogun schoolgirl, Precious Nwaigwe, who was kidnapped and sold to Libya, has said he was paid N10,000 for the deal.

Okorie spoke on Tuesday at the Police Command Headquarters in Ikeja, where he was paraded along with his friend, Ogbonna Njoku (aka John).

Njoku’s brother, Nzube Chukwu, who is based in Libya, was said to have taken custody of Precious before selling her to a pimp.

The pimp claimed she bought Precious for $6,000 and forced her to work for the money.

However, Okorie, a tiler, while talking to journalists, denied knowing the money he collected on the fateful day had anything to do with Precious being trafficked.

He said, “There was a day I was going to my house in Ojota when a lady called me and said she was my cousin. I said I did not know her, but after she introduced herself to me, I recognised her.

“I asked what she was doing in that area by that time of the night because it was 10pm. She said I should come and see a guy, who she introduced to me as her boyfriend.

“She followed me to my house, together with one of my friends, Daniel. She narrated everything that happened to her and how she was attacked by cultists in Ode Remo.”

Okorie said his friend, Daniel, who was to travel asked him if Precious would be interested in travelling with him.

He said he was happy and discussed it with the victim, who agreed.

“She said she had not finished schooling, but I said she could go there to continue her education and even work at a filling station where she could make money and send to her parents.

“It was after that day that we went to Ogbonna (Njoku)’s place in Alaba. Ogbonna gave us the number of his brother in Libya and I did not know what they planned. It was while we were at Alaba that Daniel gave me N10, 000.”

However, Njoku said his brother, Chukwu, had only spent three years in Libya and that he did not know the business he was into.

Njoku, who sells compact discs in Alaba market, claimed Okorie, Precious and Daniel only visited him and demanded his brother’s phone number, which he gave them.

“Immediately I connected them with my brother, I left them. I was surprised when the police arrested me. I did not know anything about this. It was after my arrest that I learnt what happened,” he added.

A mild drama however played out when the police spokesperson, Kenneth Nwosu, put the two suspects together and querried them.

Below is an excerpt of what played out.

Police PRO:     Okorie, the N10, 000 you collected was for what?

Okorie:           I said I did not have money and that was why Daniel gave me the money.

Police PRO:     Was the money meant for the sale of Ugochi (Precious)?

Okorie:           He just gave me the money.

Police PRO:     What was it meant for?

Okorie:           (Stammers)….I collected the money, I did not mean to sell her.

Police PRO:     Did you tell Ugochi’s mother before taking her to Libya?

Okorie:           No, I didn’t tell her.

Police PRO:     Why did you lie to Ugochi that you told her mother you were taking her to Libya?

Okorie:           (Stammers…) Daniel said I should lie to her (Precious).

Police PRO:     The girl’s mother is your cousin, the time Ugochi was missing, you were aware, why didn’t you tell her her daughter’s whereabouts when you saw her?

Okorie:           Sir, I am very sorry.

Police PRO:     Did Okorie tell you that Ugochi was missing and her parents were looking for her?

Njoku:             No, he didn’t tell me they were looking for her.

Police PRO:     Okorie, did you tell him or not that they were looking for her?

Okorie:           I told him

Njoku:             Can we swear about that?

Nwosu said the suspects would soon be taken to court, adding that the police had already arraigned three other suspects earlier arrested in connection with the abduction.

They are Innocent Onyekwe (38), Ugwu Maduabuchi (37) and Christian Chima (19).



39 comments:

  1. It is sad what people can do for money

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    1. Her picture is everywhere na so why are they hiding her face? Anyway d girl sef na liar, she was with her bf for two weeks in ojota before going to Libya, she planned it wiv her BF, tho she didn't know it would turn out like this. But she wasn't kidnapped, rather, she was lured into it by her boy friend. This is a case of deal gone bad, d girl isn't innocent too biko. If she didn't go spend time with her bf instead of going straight to school, this wouldn't have happened. A 15year old having sex already. Smh

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  2. May they rot in jail

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  3. IGBO KWENU.

    These Igbo boys KWENU their cousin.

    It is not only other people' property the igbos claims or kwenu.

    Igbos kwenu (claims) anything kwenable as long as long as they will get money from it.

    All Igbo businesses are just fronts for committing all sorts of Crime.

    From Alaba to Ladipo to Oshodi to Yaba, all those shops are just fronts.

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    1. Huummmmmm. I reserve my comment

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    2. They are good at it, sharp sharp money

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    3. Not all igbo business are front for crimes dear, there are genuine businesses. Be careful with the illicit generalisation.

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  4. Na wa o. You betrayed a cousin for just a token 10,000 naira.

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    1. We are talking about ibo boy here

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  5. The guy needs a lot of hammering on the head. He intentionally sold the girl

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  6. Her boyfriend? Olu@atlanta was right, this girl is not innocent

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  7. Everybody has a price, his own is 10k

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  8. Imagine the girl had a boyfriend along the line

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    1. If you read the last story, she stayed with the boyfriend for two weeks when she could have find her way to her school. Oniranu

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    2. Real oniranu. The girl sef get wetin she bin dey find. Agaracha don see wetin im eye dey find. nobody deserves to be used as sex slave but na she take her leg miswaka.

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    3. Oshey o. D girl isn't innocent at all. She planned it but they outsmart her. As she be mumu.. already collecting prick at her age.

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  9. It is not their first time

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  10. The parents have a lot of work to do on the girl, cause clearly she has skeletons too.

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  11. There is no doubt that money is the root of all evils

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  12. They should be sentenced to life imprisonment with hard labour

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  13. The girl is not too smart for me

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  14. Igbos and their love for money. Na wa o

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    1. They can do the good, the bad and the ugly for money, trust them

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  15. I will blame the girl for being so naive and gullible

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    1. May be, may be not. She trusted her cousin and never smelt the danger

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  16. Face the wrath of the law. I am not interested in his stories


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  17. Nemesis has caught up with you

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  18. The girl get boyfriend under circumstances, na wa o

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  19. May god save us from this kind of people o

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  20. They need to be seriously tortured

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  21. See their yeye face, okrika boys

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  22. The parents were negligent. I believe they should have called the girl to know whether she had arrived at school safely

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  23. Hmmm,awon Oloriburuku,agbaya oshi

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  24. Wait ooo!! This is hard to believe ooo!!! Kelvin is a hot chilling Runs boy ooo.... hes always popping steady at Rumors night Club... Its a lie if he says he did this for 10k, lai lai, the dude is boxed up oo!!! Police should break his head till he confesses jare!!! SMH!!! They will be selling their cousins and oppressing us in the club...

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