Oko Poly student, three others missing as organ harvest allegation rocks Anambra Police


A youth identified as a student of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, in Anambra and three others arrested last year in separate locations in Aguata Local Area of the state are yet to be found.

This is coming as allegation of organ harvest is rocking the Anambra State Command.

Parents of the youths, who were in Awka, during a stakeholders meeting of media and Civil Society Groups, under the auspices of Anambra State Police Stakeholders Partnership Forum lamented that one year after their were arrested by police operatives, they were yet to be found.

The men, Mr Titus Orji and Gilbert Obinwa said police operatives were also reluctant to help them trace the whereabouts of their children.

Narrating his story, Orji said his son, Jeremiah Chibuzor Orji, a student of Federal Polytechnic, Oko left his student's lodge at Oko Community after he received a call at about 9 pm, but never returned.

He said, “This happened on 19 March 2022.

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