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Nigerian on S-pass charged for murder of Singapore woman in Bukit Panjang
January 9, 2010
A 26 year old Nigerian man, Amanchukwu Chukwuma has been charged for the muder of a 25 year old Singapore woman whose decomposed body was found abandoned in Bukit Panjang two weeks ago.
Her identity was established on Tuesday through forensic DNA matching. She is Miss Liu Shujuan who worked as a casher at a Shop and Save supermarket at Bukit Panjang.
Amanchukwu came to Singapore at the end of 2007 on a “S” pass. It is not known what his previous occupation was. He did not leave Singapore after his pass expired in February 2008 and continued to live in Singapore where he met Miss Liu who became his girlfriend.
According to neighbors, Miss Liu appeared to be passionately in love with her black boyfriend. The couple was often spotted chatting at Bukit Panjang Park till the middle of the night. However the relationship turned sour and ended in August last year.
On 22 December 2009, Amanchukwu arranged to meet up with Miss Liu at Bukit Panjang park. A fight broke out between them and Amanchukwu allegedly beat Miss Liu to her death with his bare fists.
For reasons yet to be revealed, he stripped her down to her panties and abandoned her corpse at the park. Amanchukwu did not leave the country after the murder and remained in Singapore where he was napped at his present girlfriend’s home in Boon Lay.
An international drug syndicate run by Nigerians who preyed on Singapore women to serve as drug mules for them was busted last year in Malaysia.
Since 2005, at least 12 Singaporean women had been jailed in various countries for carrying drugs on behalf of their African boyfriends who vanished almost immediately when they got into trouble.
Like Miss Liu, the 12 women share a similar profile: All hold Singapore passports, had no criminal record, were in their 20s or 30s, single and working in clerical, sales and service jobs.
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