I write to dismiss false publications on social media, alleging that we have compromised in seeking justice for our late younger sister, Iniubong Umoren. This is not true.

I have also read the reports alleging that we have received N10m bribe to kill the matter. The report is not only baseless, but irrational.

I wish to also state that we have not compromised in any way, neither have we received any money and will never do so to stop the wheel of justice for our sister, whose blood is crying for vengeance.

We buried our sister after the autopsy was carried out as advised by medical doctors and lawyers who will present same as evidence in the prosecution of the matter.

That in the meantime, we are patiently waiting for the Judiciary Staff Union of Nigeria, JUSUN to call off its strike for financial autonomy so that we can give evidence in the Court.

I thank the public for their show of love right from when our sister went missing. We are deeply grateful for your support and prayers.

I assure the public that no amount of propaganda will make us as a family to back out or be cowed from seeking justice for our sister, who committed no crime in searching for a decent job.

#JusticeForIniubongUmoren.

By Linda Oyedepo

Linda Oyedepo is the social news correspondent at BusyFinder.com. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Linguistics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She also has held a professional degree in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism, Nigeria. She is a social media enthusiast and a fan of the new media. She resides in Eket, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

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