Strange and wicked things happen everyday. As an active blogger, I Stumbled on an interesting story on Linda Ikeji's Blog, and decided to share with my readers. In this article I would be sharing a true life event that happened few days ago, about how a man Identified as Ifeanyio Ezinwa Strangled his friend to avoid repaying his debt. This article is not focused on the story itself, but I have constructed this article to share lessons and how we can prevent such happenings in our lives. Before I proceed to the
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One Ifeanyi Ezinwa, a murder suspect arrested by the police in Anambra state have finally confessed to the crime he was arrested for and also revealed the reason behind his action. According to Ezinwa, he borrowed the sum of 100k from his 19-year-old relative identified as Chukwuemebuka in the year 2020 around December and promised to pay up by January 10th, 2021. But unfortunately, he defaulted and was unable to make the repayment, but Chukwuemebuka kept disturbing him for the fund. So he decided within himself
The murder suspect identified as Ifeanyi Ezinwa has been arrested by the police in Anambra state after he allegedly murdered his cousin identified as Chukwuebuka Iloegbunam over a debt of 100k. According to reports made available by instablog, Ezinwa was said to have killed chukwuebuka after he kept requesting the repayment of the money that Ezinwa borrowed from him which was due for payment. Chukwuemebuka had help Ezinwa with the loan of 100k last year December which he used to balance mismanagement of fund
Ifeanyi Ezinwa who worked as a revenue collector in Umuleri area of Anambra State has been arrested by officers of the Nigerian police force over the murder of his relative identified as Chukwuebuka Iloegbunam. Ifeanyi however confessed to killing Chukwuebuka over a loan which he owed the deceased. According to Ifeanyi, he would have landed in trouble if it was discovered that he spent part of the levies he collected for elders in the community. He therefore reached out to Chukwuebuka who operated a provision
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As days goes by, we keep on seeing and hearing evil upon evil. It's now a bad thing to borrow money to friends?. I came across an interesting story on Linda ikeji's Blog few days ago and decided to share with my readers because information is power. I will be sharing a true life event that happening some days ago. Ifeanyi Ezinwa Paul, a 29-year-old revenue collector, has confessed to the police that he killed his 19 years old kinsman, Victor Ebuka, after borrowing N100,000 from him, he committed this act
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Man Strangles 19-Year-Old Man To Death For Persistently Demanding Repayment Of N100,000 He He Borrowed From Him
𝐼𝑓𝑒𝑎𝑛𝑦𝑖 𝐸𝑧𝑖𝑛𝑤𝑎 (𝑇ℎ𝑒 𝑠𝑢𝑠𝑝𝑒𝑐𝑡) The Anambra State Police Command have apprehended one Ifeanyi Ezinwa from Umuleri area of Anambra State, for reportedly killing a 19-years-old boy who was persistently demanding the repayment of N100,00 that he borrowed from him. The victim, Chukwuebuka Iloegbunam, had given the sum of N100,000 to the suspect, which later led to a misunderstanding as he persistently asked the Ezinwa to repay back the money. The suspect
Indeed to collect debt is very easy but to pay back tends to be difficult for some people. Some people once you loan them money, when time reach for them to repay, they make you their enemy for demanding what belongs to you. This is way people are urged to be extra careful on who to loan money to. Unfortunately for Late Chukwuebuka Iloegbunam, it is too late for him to learn his lessons as the same person he helped financially, turned out to terminate his life. According to Punch Newspaper, Ifeanyi Ezinwa,
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Every day, strange and evil things happen. As a frequent blogger, I came across an intriguing story on Linda Ikeji's blog and decided to share it with my followers. In this post, I will discuss a real life incident that occurred a few days ago, in which a man named Ifeanyio Ezinwa strangled his friend in order to avoid repaying his debt. This essay is not about the story itself, but about the lessons we can learn from it and how we can avoid similar occurrences in our own lives. Until I get into the lessons
Money is any object that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given country or socio-economic context.
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Woman land in trouble after buying house, car with a staggering £456m mistakenly sent to her account
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