This is the moment the corpse of a woman said to have been allegedly killed by her uncle was taken to his community by aggrieved members of the deceased woman.
According to Kpooka Mediaa which shared the news to the Bayelsa Focus Group on Facebook said the woman, Mrs Sandra met her untimely death when she went to collect an undisclosed amount of debt from her uncle, Mr Ebis Warri who is a commercial vehicle driver at Bomadi, Delta State, Nigeria.
On sighting his angry niece, Mr Ebis then rushed to his vehicle to ferry his passengers to Onitsha, at this point the woman had caught up with him and it was as a result of her struggling the steering with him that he sped off resulting in her falling, thereby hitting her head on the concrete pavement of the motor park. She died at the spot immediately, the report added.
Her uncle drove out without knowing that his niece was dead at the moment.
In the pictures seen the late Mrs Sandra maternal family members from Akugbene community can be seen taking the corpse from the mortuary to Okoloba community where Mr Ebis Warri hails from, saying they won't accept the murder of their daughter in cold blood.
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