The Ekiti State police command has arrested ten suspects in connection with the death of a 200-level Nursing student of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State (FUOYE), Atanda Modupe Deborah.
The Nation had reported that Deborah was declared missing on Monday, September 5, after she went for a night reading in the Nursing Department of the institution but was later found dead in a shallow grave behind the nursing Lecture Hall.
In a statement, the public relations officer of the command, Sunday Abutu said the perpetrators of the evil act would face the wrath of the law and appealed to members of the public to remain calm.
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Abutu who condemned the murder of the Nursing student condoled with the family of the deceased with a vow to punish the perpetrators of the heinous act.
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He assured the deceased family of the Command’s commitment to unravel the mystery behind Deborah’s death and bring perpetrators of the barbaric act to book.
Abutu enjoined anyone with any useful information concerning the ugly incident to visit the Oye-Ekiti Divisional Police Headquarters, Oye-Ekiti, or State CIID or call 09064050086/08053499199.