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Popular prophetess found dead in Ebonyi


[FILES] PHOTO: Ebonyi State Goverment

The Ebonyi State police command is working to unravel the cause of death of a popular prophetess in Ebonyi, who was found dead along Ezza Road, Abakaliki, recently. 

Mrs. Loveth Odah, Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), who briefed journalists in Abakaliki yesterday on the incident, said investigation is ongoing to ascertain the actual cause of death.

According to police report, the deceased, Mrs. Felicia Agwu, a native of Uburu, Ohaozara Local Government Area, was found dead along Ezza Road area, Abakaliki. Agwu was a popular prophetess in one of the new generation churches.
“A woman in her early 50s was found lying lifeless along the Ezza Road axis of Abakaliki on May 18, when a good-spirited Nigerian called the attention of the command, which quickly mobilised to the scene. Our men got there, took the woman to the hospital, where she was confirmed dead by a medical expert.
“The cause of her death is yet unknown, but we have launched investigation to ascertain the real cause of death. There were no injuries found on her body to establish a case of criminal attack on the deceased, so, for now we are having a case of ‘sudden’ death until we conclude our investigation.
“We implore the family of the deceased and the public with vital information that would help the police in their investigation, to contact the command,” Odah said.
It was gathered the deceased was recently treated of hernia and was still recuperating before embarking on the journey when she met her sudden death.

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