Sons Kill Parents At Separate Incidents In EnuguLatest News, News, News From The State Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
FROM IGNATIUS OKPARA, Enugu – The Enugu State Police Command has confirmed it has commenced full scale investigation into the circumstances that surrounded the murder of a father and mother by their sons in separate incidents in Enugu, South Eastern Nigeria.
According to the police, the two strange developments, occurred within a space of two days – Sunday, April 26, and Monday, April 27, 2015, in different parts of the state.
In the first incident, one Chijioke Onyeke, reportedly murdered his father at Umuaina, Umuogboagu village, in Igboeze North council Area of the state.
AFRICAN EXAMINER gathered that at about 6:30pm on the fateful day, Chijioke, inflicted machete cuts on his father’s head after a quarrel that arose over a yet to be determined reason.
The elder Onyeke sustained severe injuries from the cuts, which prompted family members and neighbours, who were around when the incident occurred, to rush him to a private hospital, in Ogurete, Enugu Ezike. Unfortunately, he gave up the ghost at the hospital.
The deceased’s corpse was after deposited at the mortuary of the General Hospital, Ogurute, Enugu Ezike, for autopsy.
Chijioke, according to the Police has been arrested, and is now in their net.
Similarly, one Chidi Agbo, of Ette Center in Igboeze North Local Government Area of Enugu State, is now in police custody for allegedly beating his mother to death over unknown reason.
It was gathered that the deceased, identified as one Virginia Agbo, met her untimely death on April 27 after her son allegedly beat her up.
Virginia’s lifeless body was found lying on her bed after the son finished pummeling her.
The State Police Command PPRO, Amaraizu, who confirmed the two incidents Wednesday to AFRICAN EXAMINER, indicated that Virginia’s body was also deposited at the mortuary of the General Hospital, at Ogurute, Enugu Ezike.
The Police Spokesperson, hinted that the two suspects were helping the police in the ongoing investigations on the odd situation.
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