A good Nigerian and Twitter user known as @DrPenkking has told three other Twitter users about how Uduak Frank Akpan, the killer of an Akwa Ibom job seeker, specialized in luring and kidnapping youth Corp members, job seekers, students, and pupils, killing them, cutting off their sensitive parts, burying them in shallow graves, then exhuming their bones after decaying to sell off for more rituals.
The Twitter user also said that after murdering his victims and burying them, he would pour acid on their bodies to speed up the decay process.
Several containers of raw acid were discovered at the crime scene, according to photos shared on Twitter.
‘I'll be out soon,' he said. When he was captured, his first words were, "Don't you know who I am?"
“Uduak Frank Akpan specialized in luring and kidnapping job seekers, youth Corp members, teachers, and pupils, murdering them, cutting off their delicate bits, burying them in shallow graves, then exhuming their bones after they decayed to sell off for more rituals,” he said.
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