The Anambra State Police Command had arrested a young man named Onyebuchi Ezeh, who from Ebonyi State for cutting off organs and other body parts of a 72 year old woman for money ritual.
Caption: Picture of the victim in a hospital.
According to the details of the incident shared on Linda Ikeji's Blog, the ugly incident happened at Umunze, Orumba North LGA of Anambra State on Thursday, 2nd March, 2023 when the suspect and two other men broke into her house, attacked her and cut off part of her breast, ear, finger and other body parts.
The main suspect (Onyebuchi) was later caught by the police and he confessed that he and the other suspects were told by a native doctor to bring the human parts, so that he would use it for money ritual and make them billionaires. It was also discovered that the suspect was a domestic worker for the victim and usually helps her to cut palm trees.
The Commissioner For Women And Social Welfare in the State, Hon Ify Obinabo visited the victim at the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital in Amaku, Awka and promised to assist the police in making sure that the other suspects were caught and that they would face the law.
The suspect is still in custody of the police and will soon appear before a judge at the Children and Gender Based Violence Magistrate Court in Awka.
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Source: Linda Ikeji's Blog
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