A Nigeria man known as Ken Obi has Allegedly been murdered in his home in New Jersey.
- He was discovered dead in Newark, New Jersey, USA
EKO HOT BLOG reports that a Nigerian man known as Ken Obi has Allegedly been murdered in his home in New Jersey.
The circumstances surrounding the death of Ken Obi in his suburban home in Newark, New Jersey, remains a mystery for the family members and the Newark police.
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He was discovered dead in his home in Newark, New Jersey, USA.
Ken Obi, as referred to in a message that went viral online, is of Nigeria extraction who, just like any other immigrant, travelled abroad in search of the proverbial golden fleece.
All his hopes and aspirations can no longer be realised as a result of his demise .
According to our source, there were signs of forced entry into his home, and he was strangled to death.
The perpetrators of this heinous crime forced their way into the home, strangled him, locked the door and walked away with his keys.
It was said that he was married to a Jamaican, but the couple divorced a few years ago.
Before the divorce, he and his family lived in one of the suburbs.
He sold his suburban home to a Jewish man for $900,000.He took the money to fund the construction of a hotel in Abuja, Nigeria, which is still ongoing, while living in the current location where he was killed.
The Late Mr Ken Obi was from Enugu State.
In the video which surfaced online, His body was seen being taken out of his home by the Newark Policemen.
In the background, some people, apparently friends or family members, were heard crying and calling out his name.
Watch video below:
There is an ongoing investigation into who went into his apartment and murdered him
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