Man Hacks Mom To Demise For Reporting Him To Village Youths

A 32-year-old man, Arinze Chukwu has allegedly hacked his mom to dying with an axe in Ndieze neighborhood, Okpoto Ishielu Native Authorities Space of Ebonyi State.

The suspect had reportedly killed his 60-year-old mom after she reported him to the village youths for behaving badly.

In accordance with the Nation, the youths beat up the suspect and tied him up on the village sq..

When he was launched, the suspect allegedly attacked his mom with an axe on September 17, 2022.

Confirming the incident, the suspect’s aged father, Anthony Chukwu, mentioned that his son killed his spouse as a result of she reported his misdeeds to the village youths.

Anthony mentioned that the village youths caught Arinze, tied up his palms and ft, beat him up after which left him within the solar for hours on the village sq..

He mentioned, “That boy (Arinze) is my eighth baby from my spouse whom he simply killed. I used to be not at residence on the time it occurred however I do know he killed my spouse as a result of she reported him to our village youth affiliation. She didn’t hate him. She made a report back to the affiliation to cease his dangerous behaviour. On the village sq., the youths punished him by tying his palms and ft after which beat him up. They later left him within the solar for hours to appropriate him.

“When he was being dragged to the village sq., he threatened to kill me and my spouse for reporting him. Fortunately for me, I used to be not at residence after they launched him. However he met my spouse and killed her with an axe and fled. I by no means knew he was severe concerning the risk till I ame again and noticed my spouse in a pool of blood.”

Upon receiving the grievance, the police arrested Chukwu and charged him to court docket.

The court docket turned down the plea of the defendant and the trial Justice of the Peace, Blessing Ibeabuchi-Chukwu, ordered that the suspect be remanded on the Abakaliki Correctional Centre.

The case was adjourned until October 10, 2022.

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