Man, 41, Dies In Anambra Hotel, Organs Missing

Man, 41, Dies In Anambra Hotel, Organs Missing

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Mr. Azubuike Nwokolo, nicknamed Zubby More, a 41-year-old man from Amichi, Nnewi, North Anambra state, was discovered dead in a hotel room with his organs stolen.

According to the Daily Trust, the father-of-two went to a party in the neighborhood on January 13 and decided to stay at a hotel because it was too late to drive home, only to be discovered dead.

Nnaemeka Ikerionwu, one of the deceased companions, said on social media that he was found dead in a hotel room in Amichi, Anambra State.

He went to a party and couldn’t get home because it was late at night, so he decided to stay at a motel in Amichi, Anambra State. He never returned home.

He went to a party and couldn’t get home because it was late at night, so he decided to stay at a motel in Amichi, Anambra State. His family members were concerned when he did not return home “Ikerionwu said. “After he failed to return to his family, they conducted a search and discovered that he had taken up residence in the hotel, according to him. 

 

Even after the hotel administration said he slid and died, he claimed they did not notify his family or the police before transporting him to the mortuary. 

 

“An unknown person informed the family that their son was resting in the morgue,” Ikerionwu claimed. The family went to the mortuary and discovered that his testicles had been removed.

“An unknown person informed the family that their son was resting in the morgue,” Ikerionwu claimed. His testicles were missing, and his relatives went to the morgue to find out. They challenged the hotel employees, who said he died after slipping on the toilet tiles. 

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He went on to say that the family suspected foul play because wounds were discovered on the deceased’s body. 

According to him, the family and friends of the deceased are pleading with the Anambra State police command to investigate the crime and ensure that justice is served. 

 

DSP Toochukwu Ikenga, the state police command’s spokesperson, claimed he was unaware of the incident when contacted.

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