Lady narrates how landlord’s son killed her mother in Anambra

Miss Mmesoma Ekpe, a lady, has explained in a video message how her mother was murdered by their landlord’s son last Saturday, Charmingpro reports.

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Miss Ekpe, an indigene of Enugwu-Ukwu community in Njikoka Local Government Area of Anambra State, claimed her mother, Mrs Uzoamaka Ekpe, was beaten to death in their residence at 5A Ugochukwu lane, Nkpor, near Onitsha, by the second son of their landlord.

According to her, the incident occurred last Saturday when the landlord’s son unexpectedly declared a sanitation exercise for all tenants in the compound.

Ekpe questioned why sanitation would be declared when all tenants pay monthly for compound cleaning.

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Do you understand English? Work From Home In Nigeria “It was around 9 a.m. when my younger sister went downstairs to go to her work place, but she was stopped by the landlord’s second son, who asked her to go and clean the staircase.”

“We were surprised when the boy stopped my sister from leaving the compound while he was opening the gate for other people to go to their businesses.”

“My mother decided that we should all stay at home until the sanitation exercise ended at 10 a.m.” But after the workout, I decided to go to the market, but the boy stopped me. He closed the gate against me, but if other residents of the compound want to leave, he will open it for them.

“My mother decided to intervene, insisting that he open the gate because she had no idea why all of her children were being prevented from leaving.” The boy then began beating my mother and even kicked her in the chest, causing her to fall.

“We rushed her to the hospital, but they said the case was too complicated for them and referred us to Borommeo Hospital.” “My mother was declared dead at Borommeo,” she explained.

Miss Ekpe demanded justice for her mother and asked concerned citizens to assist her and her siblings in relocating because the family no longer feels safe living in the home of the man whose son murdered their mother.

“My mother, Mrs. Uzoamaka Ekpe, is from Ngodo Isuochi in Abia State and was married in Enugwu-Ukwu.” I don’t understand why anyone would kill her; she was a good woman. “We want justice for my mother because she is our family’s breadwinner,” the lady lamented.

It was reported last Sunday that police in Anambra had apprehended the suspect, 30-year-old Ebube Oba.

DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, spokesperson for the state police command, told journalists that an investigation had begun and that the perpetrator would be charged in court later.


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