A domestic worker identified as Onyebuchi Eze has been arrested after cutting off and harvesting the genitals and other body parts of his employer. According to reports, the incident happened on Thursday, the 2nd of March, 2023 in Umunze, Orumba North Local Government Area.
According to Chidimma Ikeanyionwu, the media assistant to the state Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Welfare, who disclosed the incident on Sunday, March 5, the 72-year-old employer raised alarm after she was attacked by her employee alongside two other men. They stormed her house and cut off her genital organs including her nipples, her ears, fingers among others.
After the suspect was later caught, he confessed that he carried out the erroneous act with his collaborators based on the instructions given to him by a native doctor who promised to make them billionaires if they are able to bring him the required organs.
According to the suspect, who is a native of Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, he was employed by the aged survivor to cut palm-trees for her, adding that the reason he carried out the dastardly act was because he wanted to become rich as he was assured by the native doctor.
The prime suspect, Onyebuchi Eze, is currently in custody at the Anambra State Police Command, Awka, and will soon be arraigned before the court.
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