A group of women on Wednesday marched to the government house in port harcourt protesting against the murder of young women in hotels.
The women clad in black attire marched to the government house calling for an end to the killings.
About eight young women have been murdered in different hotels in the state in the past two months.
The bodies of these ladies were said to have been found in similar conditions – strangled and with a white piece of cloth tied around their necks.
A similar protest was staged on Monday by a group of women at the police headquarters in the state.
The state governor Nyesom Wike has assured that security agents are working to ensure the killings stop, and perpetrators made to face the law.