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Abductor strangles victim to death

23 January 2013, 15:09

Lagos - A suspected kidnapper, Patrick Onyeka, has been paraded by the Lagos State Police for allegedly kidnapping and murdering a seven-year-old boy, Punch reports.

The victim known as Ayuba was said to have been lured by Onyeka into their house before kidnapping and strangling him to death.

Onyeka was until his arrest last Thursday, living with his elder brother at Mumako Estate, Ikotun.

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