Gone Too Soon Military officer vows to get killers of his pretty daughter in NDU

A Military officer whose daughter was stabbed to death two weeks to her university matriculation says he must avenge the painful loss.

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A senior Military officer, Captain Dailyman Oduru, is not the happiest of men now as his pretty young daughter, Rachael, a 100-level student of the Niger Delta University, Amassoma, Bayelsa State, was stabbed to death by some unknown men, and he has vowed to track the culprits and bring them down for snuffing life out of his precious girl.

Read: "Gone Too Soon: Friend pens touching tribute to Corps member who died on her way to service"

The young lady was scheduled to matriculate on March 26, 2006, and while the family was preparing for the day with glee, the evil men broke into her room and stabbed her to death.

Captain Oduru, an indigene of the state, has been inconsolable at his loss and took to his Facebook page to announce that the killers of his daughter must pay dearly for it.

Read: "Gone Too Soon: How young corps member lost her life few weeks after resumption"

Read what he wrote:

"She was stabbed to death by unknown persons who broke into their room abt 4 am today. She is Miss Rachel Oduru, daughter of Dailyman Oduru. She was 100level Arts student of NDU Amassoma. May her soul RIP.

Rachel, I've drawn the battle line after 24hrs. WE MUST fight from both sides before you REST IN PEACE!!!

Did you killed this my daughter because of a ipad or something else? And it's God's Will?

Rachel, my daughter, please give your MATRICULATION gown to your KILLERS to represent you/family on the 26th , March 2016, at the campus of Niger Delta University, Amassoma, Bayelsa State.

We were all looking forward to that dreamed event of your life! Since you can't wake up from this, RIP.

Tell your KILLERS not to forget to send us the pictures and video clips of the ceremony! Save this message, and info the University Authourity, bye."

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