Iwuchukwu Anajemba Samson has brutally assaulted, maimed, and attempted killing his wife alongside his step daughters at Alex Anajemba Street Akabo Village in Mbaukwu, Anambra State.
According to a veritable source who chose anonymity, disclosed EbubeNews Media on WhatsApp how the man has been consistently battering the wife and step children.
The man has on one occasion poured fuel on one of her step daughter and ignited it with a match stick.
Series of attempts to call the man to order by his immediate family and that of his wife have proven abortive, as the hot tempered and ever furious man is known for violence.
While the woman and her kids have been rushed to the hospital, we call on government agencies, human right activist and the Police to intervene on the ugly incident to avoid further incarceration by the parties involved.
The man can be reached at (Iwuchukwu Anajemba Samson)- 08161553019
You can reached the Woman on (Ifunanya Georgina Anajemba) 08145709001
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