Celine and Afiba: "Over 80 Million Naira Moved from Andrew's Account After His Death," Harrison Reveals (Video) | #NwokeukwuMascot


…Over 80 Million Naira Moved from Deceased Suspect's Account, Reveals Activist Harrison Gwamnishu | #NwokeukwuMascot

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Renowned Nigerian human rights activist Harrison Gwamnishu has revealed startling new details about the case of Andrew Ochekwo, whose recent death has sparked widespread controversy. 

Andrew Ochekwo, who had been in police custody in connection with the disappearance of two women in Aba, died under suspicious circumstances while being transported from Aba to Abuja. According to reports, Ochekwo allegedly attempted to escape, leading to his tragic demise.

Recall that we had earlier reported Mr. Ben, Andrew’s friend who lives in the UK, alleged in a live video that Andrew, who was in police custody, called him on a video call while driving, narrating how the police extorted over 3 million naira from him.

However, Gwamnishu, a tireless advocate for justice, took to his official Instagram account to share a series of alarming revelations that have intensified scrutiny of the case. He criticized the Anti-Kidnapping Squad in Abia State, accusing them of treating Ochekwo with undue leniency despite his status as a prime suspect. This allegation raises serious questions about the integrity of the investigation and the conduct of the officers involved.

In a particularly shocking development, Gwamnishu disclosed that following Ochekwo’s death, over 80 million naira was mysteriously transferred from his account to an undisclosed destination. This substantial financial transaction suggests possible foul play and has added a new layer of complexity to the ongoing investigation.

"Andrew was treated like a victim, not a suspect, by the Anti-Kidnapping Squad in Abia State," Gwamnishu wrote. "We have reliable information that over 80 million naira was allegedly moved from Andrew Ochekwo’s account to a yet-to-be-disclosed account."

Watch video below…👇🏽 

Adding to the intrigue, Gwamnishu revealed that one of Ochekwo’s phones disappeared shortly after his death, raising concerns about potential tampering with critical evidence. 

“You all remember I posted about Andrew using his phone while in custody,” Gwamnishu stated. “The officers at the Anti-Kidnapping Squad should be investigated immediately. After Andrew was killed, one of his phones went missing. I will release all the information I have.”

These revelations have electrified social media and brought renewed attention to the need for a thorough and transparent investigation into Ochekwo’s death and the subsequent financial irregularities. The public and various advocacy groups are calling for immediate action to ensure justice is served and any possible corruption within the police force is addressed.

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