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Canada-based Nigerian wanted for cyberbullying NUJ chairman

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The Edo State Police Command has declared a Canada-based Nigerian, Rachael Eboni Osazee Iyonmana wanted.

The lady accused of cyberbullying, defamation and impersonation, has a N5million bounty on her.

Police Public Relations Officer, SP Chidi Nwabuzor said she was declared wanted after a petition to the Commissioner of Police on January 11.

The complaint from the Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, in Edo, Festus Alenkhe, alleged stalking and defamation of character.

After the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Force CID Annex in Ikoyi, Lagos, was informed, intelligence revealed the suspect was in Canada.

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Rachael is accused of opening multiple facebook accounts, using the petitioner’s photographs and full name, to defame his personality.

“The suspect used the internet to bully and defame his character…Facebook accounts created by Rachael were not the handiwork of the complainant,” Nwabuzor said.

The spokesperson urged anyone with information to contact the CP, PPRO, or the Anti-Kidnapping and Cybercrime Unit.

The police are working with the Nigeria Immigration Service, NIS, to arrest the suspect any time she’s seen in Nigeria.

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