Gruesome Murder of Florence Ayafor :Two Suspects Apprehended

They were presented to the public at the Ministry of Defence on July 10, 2020.

Two suspects involved in the murder of Florence Ayafor, a Wardress at the Bamenda Central Prison in the North West Region who was gruesomely murdered and beheaded on September 29, 2019 have been arrested. They are Niba Innocent Akuma and Ngu Roger and were presented to the public on July 10, 2020 at the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF).
Their presentation to the national media, a release from the Ministry of Defence states, aimed at reassuring national and international opinion on the determination of the defence and security forces to repress criminal gangs. The two suspects apprehended according to the Ministry of Defence had already been formally identified in the video which circulated on the social media displaying her killing. “Intelligence provided by local sources led to the arrest of Niba Innocent Akuma. Further investigations carried out by detectives of the Division of Military Security paved the way to tract down his accomplice, Ngu Roger on the night of June 24, 2020, at Ndombo-Bonaberi, in the city of Doulal. At the time of his arrest, Ngu Roger was concluding a clandestine operation in the procurement of arms and ammunitions in Douala,” highlights the MINDEF press release.
The arrest of the suspects, MINDEF says, is a fulfilment of the promise made on October 18, 2019 by the Governor of the North West Region, Adolphe Lele Lafrique, while he was in the residence of the victim’s family in Bamenda to extend the condolences and a message of comfort of the Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Paul Biya.
Late Florence Ayafor, was a 46-year-old wardress at the Bamenda Central Prison administration and a product of from the 2004 bat...



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