By Emma Amaize, Regional Editor, South-South
MRS. Rose Dolore Ironsi, a housewife, has been howling frenziedly since October 10 when news came to her that her daughter, 25 –year-old Miss Radah Emuobosan Elise Agbaje, a microbiology graduate of Delta State University, Abraka, was killed by suspected cultists in Agbor.
Radah was allegedly murdered by her assailants, suspected to be from the College of Education, Agbor, in the house of the younger sister of her mother, at about 2.00 am, while she was on the same bed sleeping with another girl. According to the grieving mother, “Radah, who made second class upper, collected her result, penultimate Friday, and went to show her father the result on Monday and she was here (Agbor) to show my younger brother.”
Mrs. Ironsi, who is not satisfied with the story that her daughter was killed by armed robbers, said, “I accosted the girl and she said incident started at about 2am of Thursday. She said they were two gun men. She said they were beating them. I asked her if they were beating them with gun, she said no, that they were flogging them.” She alleged that the girl collaborated with the two gunmen, suspected to be cultists, of killing her daughter.