Ritual Murder: Family of Elozino Ogege  Takes Case to ‘Court of God’ 


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By Nosa Akenzua in Asaba

The family of, Elozino Ogege,  murdered by ritual fraudsters in Abraka, in Delta State, is heading for spiritual justice to press home their pains.
Elozino Ogege until she was allegedly murdered by ritual fraudsters, was a 300 level Student of Delta State University,(DELSU) Abraka.
But a family member who gave her name as Lizzy Ogege told newsmen in the area that her family members were still fresh in pains, adding that spiritual justice was the only option to the assurances that the culprits will not go unpunished.
She said: “My Family members have resolved to take the case before God, hence there will be quick and unhindered justice that will deal with those who Killed Elozino, There is still Pains in my heart and the heart of my family members, while the police are doing their own, we have reported to God for justice”
But the Isoko Advancement Network (lAN) on Wednesday set up a five man legal team to ensure justice for the family of Elozino Ogege.
National Chairman of the group, Sam Idise, who confirmed that the legal team was set up for justice to newsmen in Asaba, explained that the essence of raising the legal team was to ensure diligent prosecution of those implicated in the killing and to achieve justice in the matter.
While condemning the gruesome murder of Elozino Ogege, Sam Idise noted that it was a set back to Isoko nation and the entire country in general, adding that those who committed the crime cannot go unpunished.
He said: “It’s disheartening that our daughter was killed by ritual fraudsters, we will get to the roots and ensure the culprits are brought to book, this is why we set up a legal team to join in the prosecution of those already implicated by the police investigation, this is to ensure justice is achieved and that the prosecution does not fail” and expressed hope that the evil doers will not go unpunished.
Elozino’s mother, Mrs Elohor Ogege, who had earlier spoken to newsmen in tears, however thanked the IAN group, especially Sam Idise, the national chairman of the group, adding:  “The death of my daughter is still deep for us to forget, Elozino will continue to haunt those behind her death until they are brought to book, we have reported them to God and they can’t go unpunished”.
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