A suspect arrested in connection with the murder of Glory Akpaku at Akpoveta School in Delta State has detailed how he allegedly committed the crime. In an interrogation video shared by the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Bright Edafe, the suspect revealed that the victim was his sugar mummy before her death.

According to the suspect’s account, the dispute arose over N100,000 that he had entrusted to the deceased for safekeeping. Despite his requests, Akpaku allegedly refused to return the money when he needed it urgently.

The suspect claimed that during a confrontation, Akpaku insisted on delaying the repayment until after her return from the market. Threatened with exposure to her son, Akpaku retaliated, warning that she would withhold the money if he revealed their relationship.

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In a fit of rage, the suspect admitted to stabbing Akpaku multiple times in the neck, hand, and stomach with a knife.

Expressing remorse, the suspect attributed his actions to the influence of the devil.

In response to the confession, Edafe urged the public to draw lessons from the incident, cautioning against succumbing to similar temptations.

Providing further updates, Edafe disclosed that the incident occurred in April and assured that the suspect would face charges in court once the investigation concludes.

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