Murdered Comedian Is Not A Badoo Cult Member- Family Insist Comedian Is Not A Badoo Cult Member- Family Insist

LAGOS JULY 8TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Family members of a comedian, Chinedu Paul aka Think Twice has refuted the allegation that he is a member of the dreaded Badoo cult group.
Speaking at a joint press briefing between JPTS and the family of Chinedu Paul at Igando in Lagos, the fiancée, Esther Demenongu and sister of the deceased, Elizabeth Chinedu who were in tears while giving accounts of what transpired, together insisted that Chinedu Paul was not a Badoo member.

The president UNIC Foundation/ Managing Director Joint Professionals Training Support, JPTS, Dr Christopher Imumolen (Middle) at the right , Consultant to JPTS Mr Oladele Gold, and on the left Esther Paul , the sister of the deceased at a joint press briefing in UNIC Foundation, Igando , Lagos.

Esther noted that the killing happened at 10.35pm and not 2a.m as widely published.
“Chinedu’s car broke down at Festac and in an attempt to tow the vehicle went with his friend, Sola and mechanic Sunday, to get another vehicle CRV jeep at his residence at Odogunyan in Ikorodu. On their way out of Ikorodu, two bus-stops from his house, they were accosted by Vigilante group who saw chains and engine oil in the vehicle booth to be used to tow the broken-down vehicle. Suspecting them to be Badoo members, they were viciously matcheted to death and burnt to ashes including the vehicle”, She disclosed.
Denying the insinuation that his brother is not a Badoo cult member abs was innocently murdered by vigilante group operating the area, Chinedu’s sister, Elizabeth Chinedu broke down in tears while corroborating the statement of Esther. She said a waking keeping ceremony wil be held for Chinedu at Harvest Church Maryland, Lagos on Saturday.
“We cannot organize a burial ceremony for him because he his corpse was no where to be found as he and two others (the mechanic and hs friend) were burnt to ashes,” she disclosed as she wept profusely.
Speaking in the same vein, President of UNIC Foundation, Dr Christopher Imumolen, whose organization is sponsoring Chinedu’s educational career stated that the deceased who was a 200 level Business Administration student of Joint Professionals Training Support International (JPTS) was a victim of jungle Justice.
Imumolen advised the authority to nip jungle justice in the bud as the killing of Chinedu Paul by vigilantes could have happen to anybody.
Speaking at a joint press briefing between JPTS and the family of Chinedu at Igando in Lagos in the present of his colleagues, he reiterated that Chinedu was a 200 level student of Business Administration of JPTS and was in a CRV Jeep with a mechanic and friend to tow his own car that broke down at Festac, adding that unfortunately, the men of vigilantes in Ikorodu mistook him and the occupants of the vehicle as members of the Badoo Gang.
“He was macheted to death and burnt to ashes. Chinedu was an energetic and prospective man who was killed in his prime. He is on scholarship by our foundation and could not have been a member of the Badoo group. It could have been anybody. We want the government and the Police force to put an end to this jungle justice.
“The society must be sensitized that jungle justice is evil and vigilantes and security operatives engage for community policing should be trained to prevent innocent killings. The people of Ikorodu and at large members of the public should exercise caution in handling issues like this,” Imumolen stated.

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