23 Jul 2017

They Killed My Son for Ritual and Lied That He Committed Suicide - Mother Cries Out

The mysterious death of a Germany-based Nigerian boy who came home to see his father has been called for investigation after the mother fingers foul-play in his death.
Edwin Owodunni (middle), father (right)
A Nigerian woman living in Bavarian, Germany, Mrs F. Owodunni, is alleging foul play after her 20-year-old son visiting Nigeria allegedly committed suicide. She claimed the son may have been killed.

According to a petition sent to the Federal Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), Homicide Section, Alagbon Close, Ikoyi, Lagos, Mrs Owodunni said she started suspecting foul play after people close to the boy, Edwin Owodunni, began to avoid her phone calls while the boy was with them in Nigeria.

She said, “I am writing a petition about the suspected murder of my son, Edwin Owodunni, 20, and a citizen of Germany.

“My son had been coming to Nigeria to visit his father and this trip was his fourth. Edwin came to Nigeria on March 16, 2017 for the burial of  his paternal grandmother in the village at Owerri. “

Edwin was expected to return to Germany on April 7.  He was communicating with me (via phone). He called on April 12 to inform that he had extended his flight to May 12 as he wanted to spend more time with his father. That was the last time the family here in Germany heard from Edwin.

All efforts to reach Edwin’s father proved abortive. All efforts to reach my son also proved abortive.

“But to our surprise, we were told that Edwin had committed suicide. We got this news on June 26 while Edwin allegedly committed suicide about three months ago in his father’s village in Owerri”.

She said the boy was buried without her knowledge, saying he could have been a victim of ritual killing. “To this end, we want the police to thoroughly investigate this case to unravel the mystery behind the death of my son”.

Our efforts to get Alagbon to speak on the case were not successful as the Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the FCID was said to be away to Jos.

Meanwhile, officers Sunday Vanguard met at the FCID did not deny that the case was with them. The officers also admitted that the father of the boy, Edwin Obele, had been arrested in connection with  the son’s death.

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