Nigerian Navy commander just transfered before murdered

The Commandant of the Armed Forces Command Secondary School and Staff College (AFCSC), Jaji, Navy Commander Oluwayemisi Ogundana, had been redeployed before she was murdered, it was learnt on Monday.

A source said the deceased officer, who had been posted to the Nigerian Navy School of Engineering (NNSE), Sapele, was waiting for the officer to take over from her before she was gruesomely killed in her residence. Her dismembered body, put in a sack, was found in a shallow well.

A teacher in the school, Bernard Simon, is being held as a suspect. Also in custody as an accomplice is Ibrahim Mamman.

The military police are investigating the circumstances surrounding Commander Ogundana’s murder.

The Nation gathered that Cdr. Ogundana had started packing her luggage for the trip to her new station. But her travel bag was used to pack her mutilated body.

A source close to the deceased said  her assistant was the first to notice that something was wrong because Cdr. Ogundana requested her to buy some snacks on her way home.

After buying the snack in town, the aide went to her residence but found her door shut.

It was gathered that the aide called her mobile telephone line many times without response, an unusual development that triggered the suspicion.

She was said to have contacted the woman’s sister who told her she might have gone for a meeting, if she was not in her apartment.

It was gathered that the suspected killer had earlier gone to apologise to her for past offences, without knowing it was part of the plan to make her lower her guard.

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