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Two human heads found in Onitsha hotel

Two decomposing human heads were found in a hotel ( upper class hotel ) at Onitsha along Old market road by the Anambra State Police Command on Thursday.

Following a tip off the police were said to have invaded and searched every rooms in the hotel and in the course of the search found the decomposing human heads in a room close to the office of the owner of the hotel.

Also recovered were two AK47 riffles with loaded magazines and a military cap.

Contacted about the military cap, the commander 302 Artillery Cantonment Onitsha, Col. T.A. Gagariga, said that the recovery of the Military regalia did not mean that the soldiers must have been involved as such regalia could be procured in the market.

Also reacting, the Onitsha Police Area Commander, Mr. Benjamin Wordu confirmed the incident, adding that the suspect with the items recovered had been transferred to the Special Armed Rubbery Squad, SARS, Awkuzu, for further investigation.

The State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Mr. Emeka Chukwuemeka when contacted also confirmed the story stating that Police are still investigating.

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