The decaying corpse of a 16-year-old girl identified as Nengi Enenimiete has been found in a hotel wardrobe in Twon-Brass Island, Brass Local Government Area (LGA) of Bayelsa State.
It was gathered that the corpse, which had started giving off a foul smell, was discovered by the manager of the hotel
The male guest she reportedly lodged with had checked out. According to sources at the hotel, there were no physical injuries, mutilation and strangulation on the corpse of the deceased.
A source from Twon Brass community, said: “When the manager arrived and checked the room. He saw that it was messed up and asked the cleaner to tidy it up for another guest.
“The cleaner did but they noticed water dripping on the tiles from another part of the room. While they were checking the room, they perceived a foul smell and started searching for the source.
“They later discover the lifeless body of the deceased in the wardrobe.”
The girl identified as the link between her and the yet-to-be identified male guest has been reportedly arrested.
Contacted, spokesman of the state police command, Mr. Asinim Butswat, confirmed the incident.
He said: “On 21 November 2022 the manager of a hotel in Twon Brass, reported at the Divisional Police Headquarters, Brass, that he perceived an offensive odour from one of the rooms in the hotel, and upon a search he discovered a lifeless female corpse hidden inside a wardrobe.
“The deceased was later identified as Nengi Enenimiete aged 16. Investigation is ongoing to identify the suspects who lodge in the hotel room on the night of the incident.
“The corpse has been evacuated and deposited at the mortuary for autopsy. Investigation is ongoing.”
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