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Enugu Man Beats Pregnant Wife To Death For Failing To Provide Dinner

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A resident of Uburu-Ekwe Road in Ugwuagor, Abakpa Nike, Enugu State, Eke Nweofia, has been arrested by the police for beating his eight-month-old pregnant spouse to demise throughout an altercation over dinner on Wednesday.

The suspect stated to be a supplier in scrap steel at Nkpor Road in Abakpa, was supposedly inebriated when he dedicated the crime.



In accordance with Solar, an eyewitness, Chibuike Ozor, stated that the sufferer, mom of 4 “Mama Goodluck”, was crushed to stupor by her husband and was later rushed to a close-by hospital the place she was confirmed useless within the early hours of Thursday.

Ozor narrated that Nweofia who got here residence from work Wednesday night time demanded meals from his spouse however was instructed that the one meals in the home was for the kids.

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The spouse supposedly defined to him that she needed to beg for a bowl of garri from certainly one of her neighbours for the kids to feed because the suspect didn’t present cash for meals earlier than he left for work.

“This response clearly obtained the husband offended and he pounced on her and beat her mercilessly. Earlier than we may come to her rescue, she had collapsed. So we helped in dashing her to the hospital the place she was later confirmed useless within the early hours of Thursday,” Ozor acknowledged.

The eyewitness stated that Eke was within the behavior of beating his spouse at any slightest provocation. “When this being pregnant was about 2-months-old, the husband battered her and it took our intervention to avoid wasting the lady that day.”

The suspect has since been arrested by males of the Ugwuagor Vigilante group and handed over to the police.

When contacted, the Chief Safety Officer of the world, Ikechukwu Ukwuani, who confirmed the incident, famous that it was a surprising improvement.

“The unhappy story is true. I simply got here again from Abakpa Police Station the place we handed him over to the police,” he added.

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