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Ochekwo’s victims were mostly students, working class girls — Activist


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Harrison Gwamnishu, human rights activist has clarified that there is no evidence to prove that the missing ladies, Celine Ndudim and her Ghanaian friend, Afiba, were “hookup” girls.

He also said there was no evidence to prove they were there to meet Andrew Amaechi Ochekwo for money.

The ladies have gone missing since April 28, after they travelled from Port Harcourt to Aba on Andrew’s invitation.

In a post shared on his IG page today June 10, Harrison said there was no evidence that Celine and Andrew discussed money as being peddled by some persons and that the Whatsapp message being circulated as a conversation between Andrew and Celine could not be authenticated because it had no date.

His post reads, ‘’STOP SHAMING VICTIMS

“As the body recovered is yet to be identified, please be informed that Celine and Afiba are still missing.

“To set the record straight, there is no evidence that Celine Ndudim discussed money with Andrew Ochekwo as the WhatsApp screenshot trending has no DATE.

“Some of Andrew victims narrated to me that Andrew uses their phones to communicate with himself.

“From findings, Andrew doesn’t go for HOOK UP girls as of his victims I personally interviewed are mostly students and working class girls.

“He befriend his victims before inviting them and from his social media posts, pictures and videos, Andrew Ochekwo’s appears as a responsible man.

“The continued narrative that they are hook up girls is demeaning.

“Before Celine left Portharcourt, she pleaded to Afiba to go with her to visit a Facebook friend she met for over two years. Their friend can attest to this.



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