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Mr David Edevbie with members of the late Elozino.
Edevbie present the cheque to the mother of late Miss Elozino.
Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has assured Deltans of his government’s readiness to tackle the security challenges in the state.
The Governor gave the assurance at the home of the late Miss Elozino Joshuana Ogege, the 300 level student of mass communication at the Delta State University, Abraka that was murdered by suspects believed to be ritual killers.
The Governor, represented by his Chief of Staff, Olorogun David Edevbie assured that government would continue to put in place measures to tackle the security challenges facing the state stressing that “What happened to late Miss Elozino Ogege last year is so unfortunate and heartbreaking, which tells us that all is not well in our society. This is why we are doing everything possible as a government to improve security in the state and ensure that security challenges are effectively tackled”.
Presenting a cheque for N6million financial assistance to the family of the murdered student, the Governor said that the perpetuators of the ritual murder of Elozino Ogege, must be brought to justice.
He commiserated with the family of the deceased and assured them of government’s support.
He decried the incidents that led to her murder and assured that no stone would be left unturned in ensuring that the perpetuators were brought to justice.
Miss Elozino Joshuana Ogege was gruesomely murdered by alleged ritualists on November 15, 2018, four days after she was declared missing in Abraka.
Speaking on behalf of the family, Mrs Elizabeth Ogege and Rt. Rev. John Aruakpor, Bishop, Diocese of Oleh, Anglican Communion, thanked Governor Okowa for the compassion showed to the family of the deceased and called on government to put more initiatives in place to tackle insecurity in the state.