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Alleged Murder: Anambra Government Sets Up Autopsy Team

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Alleged Murder: Anambra Government Sets Up Autopsy Team

By Collins Mbakwe

The Anambra state government has commissioned a scientific probe into the sudden death of the wife of the suspended Transition Committee Chairman of Nnewi North Local council area, late Mrs. Chidiebele Iloka.

Mrs. Iloka’s death which was reported last week has been shrouded in mystery, leading some people to insinuate that she was murdered by her husband, who barely spent a week in office as Transition Committee chairman of Nnewi North.

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The suspicion led the State Government to set up a panel made up of Pathologists from both within and outside Anambra to conduct an autopsy to ascertain the actual cause of Mrs. Iloka’s death.

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The panel was constituted at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, (NAUTH) where the corpse of Mrs. Iloka was deposited.

Duly represented at the occasion were the family of the deceased, the family of the husband of the deceased, the commissioner of police, officials of the Anambra State government and Nzukora Nnewi.

The commissioner for Health, Dr Afam Obidike while inaugurating the panel said that Governor Soludo is very serious about the outcome of the autopsy as he wanted a process that would be very transparent and the truth made open.

Dr Obidike who is part of the team conducting the autopsy urged the professionals to do their best to ensure that every party involved in the matter is satisfied, as the autopsy is not for the dead but for the living to learn

Also speaking, the Commissioner for Women and Children Affairs, Mrs. Ify Obinabo said the result of the autopsy will bring to an end all the rumours flying around about the issue, and emphasized that the wife of the Governor Mrs. Nonye Soludo, as a woman, is highly interested in the result of the autopsy.

Mrs Obinabo urged women in Anambra and all over the world to remain calm and allow government and the law to take its cause, even as she urged the family of the deceased to be patient and prayerful and look unto God.

The lead Pathologist who is representing the Anambra State government, Dr Gerald Forae, from the University of Benin Teaching hospital, assured that the result of the autopsy which will last for three hours will be out in two weeks’ time.

Forae explained that when released, the result will pass through the right process and would be submitted to the state government through the Attorney General of the state.

The team later paid a courtesy visit to the Chief Medical Director of the hospital, Professor Joseph Ogbuaja and was received by Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee (CEMAC), Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Professor, Ezejiofor and other Deputy directors.

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