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Man who killed hook-up girls in Aba once pushed lady down from balcony, breaking her spinal cord

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A friend of the late Andrew Ameachi, Ben Samuel, has disclosed that the late British Nigerian responsible for the disappearance of Celine Ndidum and Afiba Tandoh, once threw a lady down from a two-storey building balcony, breaking her spinal cord in the process.

Ben disclosed this in a chat with media personality, Daddy Freeze on a Facebook live.

He said he was aware of the case at the time because Andrew was communicating with him actively.

He said Andrew was living in Port Harcourt at the time and was actually put in prison for three months over the case before he wriggled his way out of the case.

Ben also disclosed that Andrew was well-to-do in the United Kingdom and had companies, one of which had over 15 staff members.

He said he was rich and was doing really well until he slapped a lady and was imprisoned for two years.

By the time he came out from prison, his company had crashed and he fell into depression.

He also got involved in another criminal case for which he was wanted by the police and he fled the UK to stay in Nigeria.

Ben complained about the complicity of the security officials who had arrested Andrew in Nigeria and released him after he allegedly settled them.

He said he was allowed to hold a gun after they backdated a licence to 2016 for him after he settled them.

In the case of Afiba and Celine, he said Andrew told him he sent N600,000 to the police when they asked him for money to track the ladies.

He queried the rationale for allowing Andrew to drive his own personal car when his case was to be transferred to Abuja.

He called for a probe of the entire case.

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