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Man dies in hotel room after taking enhancers for sex with lady

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Albert Agomavi, 40, was found dead in a hotel room after allegedly using an aphrodisiac to improve his s-exual intercourse with a woman.

According to family sources, the deceased, who is hypertensive, checked into the Climax Hotel in Pokuase, Greater Accra Region, with a young lady around 5:00 pm on May 4, 2022.

Workers at the hotel heard the lady scream for aid and went to the room, only to find the man lifeless on the bed, foam coming from his mouth.

The situation was reported to the police by the hotel manager, Kofi Sintim, at 9:00 p.m. the same day.

The police arrived at the hotel, commanded by Detective Sergeant Sabutu Caesar.

The body was discovered in a supine position, wearing Jean trousers.

The hotel room was inspected and the corpse of the deceased was examined, but no marks were found.

However, the police squad discovered an aphrodisiac medication known as Dragon Spray in the deceased’s pocket.

The deceased’s father-in-law, a fire officer, and other family members came at the scene after hearing the occurrence while the police officers were prepping the body for transport.

The deceased was hypertensive, according to the family.

As a result, it’s possible that using a s-exual enhancement medicine caused a heart attack.

The police are awaiting the results of the autopsy to determine the cause of death. The lady has been detained in order to aid the inquiry.

Men, especially the elderly with underlying health issues, frequently die after using an aphrodisiac

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Aba Hotel were female guests are allegedly murdered and body parts harvested sealed

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Authorities in Abia State have sealed off Merry Home Hotels over the mysterious death and disappearance of some of its clients who lodged at the facility.

While the body of a yet-to-be-identified lady was recovered from the facility, several others reportedly went missing with no of their whereabouts.

Dr Eze Chikamnayo, the Commissioner of Information in Abia, confirmed this to Channels Television on Saturday in Umuahia, the state capital.

He explained that the government’s action became necessary in view of repeated reports of death and disappearance of clients under questionable circumstances within the premises of the hotel located within the 7UP axis of Ogbor Hill in Aba.

The commissioner stated that the most recent such case was the death of a lady who came in with two young men and a baby in the afternoon on April 15, as confirmed by the CCTV footage in the hotel.

He added that the men left with the baby hours later without the lady, only for the hotel management to break into the room at midnight to find the lady dead with her body dismembered.

Chikamnayo revealed that the government was in receipt of reports suggesting similar incidents within the hotel, especially at the swimming pool area.

He stressed that no responsible government would fold its arms and watch criminal hotspots remain while the Okezie Ikpeazu-led administration would not allow such an environment to thrive.

The commissioner confirmed that everyone suspected to be involved in the April 15 incident has been arrested by the police while the hotel would remain sealed in the meantime.

According to him, Abia is a no-go area for ritualists and murderers and the government has zero tolerance for any form of criminality.

Chikamnayo warned that any hotel in the state that offers itself for such practice would automatically be sealed and the culprits would be brought to justice.

Police authorities in the state have also confirmed the death of the lady, saying efforts were ongoing to arrest and bring her killers to justice.

Mr Geoffrey Ogbonna, the Police Public Relations Officer in Abia, said the body of the yet-to-be-identified lady has since been deposited at a morgue.

The State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), according to him, is handling the case and residents are advised to support the police with useful information regarding the incident.

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Body of missing Youth Corps member found in Abuja, vital body parts removed

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The body of a member of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Stephanie Se-Ember Terungwa, who was declared missing in Abuja has been found.

The family had reported that Ms Terungwa was last seen on Thursday morning, April 14, 2022, at the Lokogoma area of Abuja.

Her uncle, Richard Iorliam, said she was abducted with her one-year-old son after attending CDS exercise. The baby was later found but the mother is still missing, Richard had said.

Meanwhile, a statement by the President Students’ Union JS Tarka University, Makurdi, Benue State where she graduated, disclosed that her body has been found lifeless; she had been murdered in her corps uniform with all her private parts removed.

The statement read: “We regret to confirm the sad demise of Miss Stephanie Seember Terungwa a graduate of our Varsity in the department of Microbiology.

“Recall that Miss Stephanie was declared missing on the 14th of April, 2022 in the city of Abuja where she’s currently undergoing her youth service.

“The media and corporate bodies had since then began an advocacy for her. Today, her body has been found lifeless, she has been murdered in her corps uniform and all private parts removed.

“Relevant tests have confirmed that the deformed corpse is hers. As a students’ union, we are conspicuously pained at this sad event and truly hope that posterity shall fight for her”

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