Couple Arrested For Killing Their 28-Year-Old Son
Security Operatives in Imo State have arrested one Mr. Lambert Ukachukwu, his wife, and his daughter for allegedly killing their last child Chukwuebuka. Information Guide Nigeria
Naijanews.com reports that the deceased was allegedly killed for being stubborn and giving his family sleepless nights.
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According to Naijanews.com, the couple’s daughter who confessed to the crime said she witnessed her parent hit the deceased with a log of wood and was left to die, after which he was buried in a shallow grave in their family house. Jamb Results
Naijanews.com reports that suspecting youths of Duruegwele community in Imo confronted the deceased father about the whereabouts of Ebuka and were informed that the deceased travelled to Ghana.
Reports show the youths threatened to burn the deceased house before they confessed to the crime.
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