As the Nigerian Police intensified investigations to unravel more details on the murder of Akwa-Ibom job seeker, Iniubong Umoren, the deceased 26-year-old has been laid to rest in Oruk Local Government.
At the funeral of the slain job seeker, friends and relatives eulogised the deceased and appealed to the country’s law enforcement to prosecute everyone responsible for the University of Uyo (UNIUYO) graduate including the prime suspect, Uduak Akpan,
During the event held on Friday, the friends of the late job seeker, relatives, and other sympathisers defied the heavy rainfall to accompany the deceased casket to where she was laid to rest at the family’s compound.
As her remains was been lowered into the ground at the family’s compound in Nung Ita Ikot-Obio Enin Atai, her family and friends wept uncontrollably, describing the death of Iniubong Umoren as a great loss and that her vacuum would be had to fill in the church and other associations she belongs to.
At the event conducted by the Faith Tabernacle, Winners Chappel in Ikot Ibritam District, it was revealed that the late job seeker died months after her parents passed on.
It would be recalled that the late Umoren was reported missing two weeks ago after leaving home for job hunting only to be allegedly raped and killed by Akpan who had invited the deceased for a fake job interview.