Odogwu was raped and 2 of her children abducted in April

Three weeks after Ngozi Odogwu, a housewife, was raped and two of her children taken from her, she is still crying out for justice.

On April 17, 2012, while Odogwu and her five children were visiting her mother at Umunama village, Itu Ezinihitte Mbaise local government council in Imo state, gunmen broke into their room at night.

“The men tied me and my mother; the gunmen took turns to rape me and when they were through, they kidnapped my two children, 11-month-old Oyekachi, a girl and two-year-old Oluomachi, a boy. We raised alarm after they left but since then we have not seen my children,” a tearful Odogwu, said.

She has called on the Acting Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar and the Imo state government to find her children and bring the kidnappers to book.

According to Odogwu, the incident was immediately reported at the Itu police station in the same state.

It was, however, gathered that abduction and rape cases have become rampant in villages at the Ezinihitte Mbaise local government council.

Also, recently, a lecturer, one Edwin Nwaogwugwu, and a middle-aged man were abducted; their whereabouts are still unknown.

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