Saturday, 2 August 2014

UK Declares Nigerian Wanted For Killing Another Nigerian Student!

Nope! This is not a case of gambari pa fulani at all, it is a clear case of murder and the Police cannot wait to nick him!

£10k reward offered in hunt for man suspected of killing Leicester student Carl Asiedu
By Ciaranfagan | Posted: August 01, 2014

Jeffrey Okafor, who is believed to be 'living comfortably' in Nigeria.

A £10,000 reward has been offered in the search for a man who police believe stabbed a Leicester student to death.

De Montfort University student Carl Beatson Asiedu, 19, was stabbed in the heart outside a London nightclub, in the early hours of August 1, 2009.

A number of men have been convicted of offences linked to his death but police believe the man who murdered the talented DJ has fled to Nigeria.

The Metropolitan Police has marked the fifth anniversary of the killing by offering a £10,000 reward in the hunt for the suspect, Jeffrey Okafor.

Carl’s father, John Asiedu said: “Part of me died with him and I have to carry on living with what is left of me.

“Carl's tragic death has changed my view of life, people, the justice system and the world.

"I would urge Jeffrey Okafor to do the right thing and give himself up.

“I believe there are people in Nigeria who know him but don't know who he really is.

“I believe he is living comfortably with a new life.

“Sometimes I wonder how such killers can lead normal lives with their families and friends who sometimes protect and shield them from the law.”

Detective Inspector Alison Hepworth, of the Met, said: “Over the years a number of people have stood trial and have been convicted for their involvement in Carl’s death but there has always been one outstanding individual whom we sought to trace whom we believe delivered the fatal stab wound.

“That person is Jeffrey Okafor. There is strong evidence indicating his involvement on the night when Carl died.

“We believe he is still hiding somewhere there, possibly with a new identity, and possibly living a relatively comfortable life.

“We are working with the law enforcement agencies there in the hope of tracing him.”

Information can be passed to detectives on 0208 721 4005 or at:

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