Ebonyi Prince Dies in Police Custody With Rope Tied to His Neck

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There is tension, currently, in Abaomege, Ebonyi State, following the death of the son of the town’s traditional ruler, in police custody. The prince of the community in Ebonyi state has reportedly died in Police custody with rope found around his neck.

According to reports reaching Lailasnews.com, A Facebook user identified as Ugbo Chukwuebuka Marvelous has taken to the social networking platform to share photos of the boy who allegedly died in police custody.

The deceased identified as Ineke Kelechi is the son of His Royal Highness Eze Ineke. He was found dead with a rope around his neck. It was also gathered that policemen in charge at the police station reportedly took to their heels following the death of the Prince.

Ugbo Chukwuebuka Marvelous posted the photos and wrote;

“De world is coming to end, Even de police dat are to protect life and properties are now murderess. DE SON OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS EZE INEKE, INEKE KELECHI HAVE BEEN KILLED TODAY IN ABAOMEGE POLICE STATION BY DE POLICE MEN FOR DOING NOTHING AND ALL DE POLICE MEN IN DE DIVISION RAN AWAY. ABAOMEGE IS ON FIRE NOW..”

Reacting to the death of the prince, Godwin Aliegu

God of mercy, what is the meaning of this. The police are supposed to protect life and property and not killing those they were to protect and this is happening in my home town and it happened to be a son of our royal highness Eze inneke something has to be done we won’t take this.

Alieze Austin wrote;

conspiracy in police cell…how does this guy get into the police cell with a rope as claim by the police? Same police refused the bail of this my innocent bros yesterday as i was told, the said police threatened that Abaomege will rather carry him as a dead man today! So many unanswered questions here. T.Y Danjuma warned that Nigeria should defend themselves but i never belief it will come to this level. I wish i’m a SAN, i would have digged to the end of this barbaric act. We can’t just accept this, my little brother needs justice