Nigerian woman, Cordellia Okonye, who is the mother of Augusta Osedion, the young lady who was murdered by her boyfriend, Killaboi, has given details of how her daughter's killer was nabbed.
Benjamin Best Nnanyereugo, better known as Killaboi, was nabbed in the early hours of today, Oct. 21, in Sierra Leone.
Following his arrest, Cordellia Okonye took to Instagram to give details of his arrest.
She explained that after Killaboi murdered Augusta, he left her to rot then he took her phone and fled.
She disclosed that he killed Augusta on July 13th and by July 28, two weeks after, he already had a Sierra Leone passport.
According to her, after the murder, Killaboi began reaching out to her to show remorse while revealing that he was willing to hand himself over to the police.
She said he reached out again to claim he killed Augusta in self-defence and she encouraged him to hand himself to the police so all that will be determined.
Later, she said he blocked her, then began telling the world that she had been pimping out her daughter to men.
Narrating how Killaboi was nabbed, she explained that her family did the work of trailing him.
She sent his passport photograph to everyone she knows all over the world and told them he has a tattoo and that is the way to identify him.
Then, her cousin in Sierra Leone reached out to say they saw someone exactly like him in the country.
Immediately, her son and another cousin went to Sierra Leone. While they were there, the Nigerian police declared Killaboi wanted, so he went into hiding, making it harder to locate him in Sierra Leone.
Her cousin then met with the Commissioner of Police in Sierra Leone and showed them Augusta's corpse and Killaboi's photo, so they began working to nab Killaboi.
Their investigation led them to a hotel where they got information that Killaboi had lodged. They met a white manager there and the man explained that Killaboi had indeed lodged that but had left the hotel. He then printed out the passport the suspect provided before they gave him a room.
It was a Sierra Leone passport with a new name, Kanu Princeton Samuel, but it was Killaboi's face.
With the passport and a local number, the Sierra Leone police began to work, and Killaboi was nabbed by 2am on Oct. 21.
The bereaved mother said Killaboi had bragged that he could never be in handcuffs but he was finally placed in handcuffs today.
“One per cent of the pain is gone this morning that Benjamin is caught,” Cordellia said in tears.