Man Attempt Killing His Wife And Step Daughter, But See What Happened.
Information reaching us now as posted by a facebook user "Ajebo Edi East" in a facebook page IGBO RANTHQ.
A man named iwuchukwu Anajemba Samson has brutally assaulted maid and attempted killing his wife along side his step daughter at Alex Anajemba street akabo village in Mbaukwu Anambra State.
According to a witness, the man has been consistently battering the wife and Step children. The man has on one occasion pure fuel on one of his step daughter and ignite it with a match stick.
Series of attempt to call the man to order by his immediate family and that of his wife has failed as the hot tempered and furious man is known for violence.
While the woman and her kids has been rushed to the hospital, we call on government agency and human rights Activist and police to come and intervene on the ugly incident he concluded.
Which has gotten a lot of reactions what's your take?
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