JUST IN; Lady beaten to death for allegedly picking money in club

JUST IN; Lady beaten to death for allegedly picking money in club

There was pandemonium at the Cosmila Hotel in Awka, Anambra State last weekend as a young lady identified as Miss Chinyere Awuda was beaten to death by fun seekers inside a club at the hotel.

According to reports, the lady’s corpse was found in the swimming pool of the hotel on Sunday morning after being lynched by the fun seekers.

Sources said the fun seekers pounced on the lady after she was caught picking money that was sprayed on a birthday celebrant.

Narrating the incident, one of the sources reportedly said: “One of the clubbers accused her of picking money which the fun seekers were spraying on their friend who was a birthday celebrant.

“Some others said she did not only pick money, but went for bundles of money, which a clubber stacked by his seat side, waiting to spray on the celebrant,” a source said.

A regular clubber at Cosmila Hotel told DAILY POST that: “Some of these girls just dress up and come to the club and begin to pick money. While you’re spraying your friends, these girls will just be picking and pocketing the money.

“Because men are already drunk in club, the girls get away with the money. I was not in club last weekend, but I heard that the girl went for money that someone kept by his seat side, which he was getting prepared to go and spray. That was what happened.”

It was gathered that despite efforts made by other people in the club to rescue the girl, they continued to beat and molest her.

She was later dragged outside the club, and her lifeless body dumped into the hotel’s swimming pool.

Anambra State Police Spokesperson, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, confirmed the incident and said the birthday celebrant and his friends were already in police custody while the case is being investigated.

“Contrary to what people are saying about the complicity of Cosmila Hotel, we were assisted by the management of the hotel, to arrest the suspects.

“Investigation is still ongoing,” he said.

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