A lady Identified as Chiamaka Ifueze has been arrested alongside her brother, Emeka Ifueze for the killing of a make-up artist, Ijeoma Nweke in November 2020. According to reports, the motive behind the killing was that Ijeoma was having an affair with the boyfriend of Chiamaka.
It's not new that women get too jealous and take laws into their hands. Jealousy is a strong feeling that greatly affects the way a person thinks and behaves. I think Chiamaka couldn't control her jealousy which led her to plan with her brother to kill Ijeoma.
It was reported that Chiamaka lured Ijeoma in pretense of a make-up job. On getting there, she and her brother overpowered Ijeoma and forced to drink a poisonous substance. Chiamaka and her brother also poured is suspected to be acid on her Ijeoma's body before dumping in on the road.
Let's check the pictures of Chiamaka who allegedly planned with her brother to kill Ijeoma over suspicion she was was having an affair with her boyfriend.
Chiamaka and her brother were under police custody and if found guilty, they may be sentenced to death by hanging.
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