Reaction: Naija people comment as court sentence Ini Umoren killer to death

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Social media users don enta twitter to comment on di verdict wey di Akwa Ibom high court dliver to Ini Umoren Killer, Uduak Akpan.

Wen di news of Ini Umoren death enta media last year, Naija people bin comot to condem di act as dem also demand justice for Ini.

Di mata trend dat year and also dis one make police enta swift action as di mata become case of state.

Ini Umoren wey be graduate from university bin dey wait make NYSC post her to wia she go serve her kontiri.

During di wait na him she see Uduak Akpan job posting wey she go meet am in person for interview.

Uduak Akpan

Dis na di last time wey her family hear from her.

Afta di family file complaint, investigation lead say she apply for job wit Uduak and from dia na him she take loss.

Further investigation show say Uduak rape her, den him kill her bifor he japa from Akwa Ibom.

Today August 4th na hin di Akwa Ibom court deliver judgment.

Di court sentence Uduak Akpan to die by hanging.

Tori be say afta di high court deliver Akpan sentence, him bin try to run from di court room as he attack di wardens.

But dem overpower am, bundle am go inside di black maria.

Naija people don comot to praise di justice system and also happy for di justice wey happun.

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