COUPLE THAT POISONED FAMILY OF 5 TO DEATH IN ANAMBRA IN 2017 FINALLY CONFESS, READ THEIR CONFESSION AND HOW THEY WERE UNCOVERED

Nemesis has finally caught up with a man popularly addressed as “Nwa Ezeakwu” and his wife. They were paraded around Eke Osumenyi market in Nnewi south yesterday after making confessions of how they killed a family of 5 through poison and others…… What a wicked world!

The evil man and the wife were summoned before the villagers where they made confessions

Recall in 2017, a man in Anambra state; Mr. Chukwudi Asor lost his 3 Children, Wife, and Mother to the cold hands of death in one day. It was said that his mother went to Eke Osumenyi market to buy powdered cassava (Aribo).

Chukwudi’s wife prepared the Cassava powder for the family, then ate with her 3 kids who returned from school. She kept some for her husband who was a commercial motorcyclist (Okada rider) and her mother-in-law who was not at home at the said time.

Before evening, Chukwudi’s wife and children began to complain of severe stomach pain. In the process, they threw up blood. They were about to be rushed to the hospital. Or, they were rushed to the hospital. But they all died.

Chukwudi lost his wife and 3 children the same day. That very day in Osumenyi Community was thrown into pandemonium. Every one was a suspect.

Chukwudi’s Mother was so heartbroken. His son was her only child. How could she be alive to bury her grandchildren and a Daughter-in-law who were supposed to stand beside her grave when she is no more , she thought to her herself.

When everyone left the house, Chukwudi’s mother took from the same cassava powder made fofoo, took from the same pot of soup and ate. She did that because she said she was the one who bought the cassava powder.

When she finished eating the same meal, she also complained of severe stomach pains and died. The woman who sold the cassava powder became the prime suspect. The people went to the market where she sells and held her.

The poor woman collected a pot and made a fire in the market. There, she mixed all the powdered cassava she was selling and stir in the market. She ate it in big quantity in the presence of everyone in the market. But nothing happened to her.

Although she didn’t die, many people didn’t still believe she was innocent. People avoided buying from her until she ran out of customers and packed from the market.

It was a gruesome sight on that fateful day in Mr. Chukwudi Asor’s compound in 2017 as 5 graves were dug for five coffins. One by one, he saw his mother, wife, 2 sons, and a daughter laid in the grave. Their killers were rejoicing while he was mourning.

People like us who came to mourn with him on that very day, pleaded with him to forge ahead. We suggested the soup could have been infested with wall gecko or centipede. We didn’t the killers were among us.

Until the 12th of January, 2020, Mr. Chukwudi’s kindred was sharing meat given to them during a traditional marriage. Two men were arguing and confronting themselves. One said to another; do you want your life to be like that of Chukwudi’s? Do you remember how miserable his life is now? In your case, I will snuff you into my nose like a snuff”. These were his exact words.

The man whom he was addressing grabbed him by the shirt. He was also fortunate that people around heard the threats.

The men around the place held him too and began to ask him to explain what happened to Mr.  Chukwudi Asor. He was taken to his house from the spot. The people saw pots of charms, people’s photos, names, and belonging. There spiritual mirror, Uji, all manner of items tied with red clothes.

The people began to beat him and he began to confess. He confessed he poisoned the family of Mr. Chukwudi Asor with the help of his wife. He said his wife bought the poison in the market and sneaked into Mr. Chukwudi Asor’s family and mixed it with the powdered cassava.

The man and the wife were paraded in the markets. He was made to untie the destinies of the people in the community which he has made useless. After so many parading and cursing processes, he was banished from the Osumenyi community.

But the second drama ensued when they got to the boundaries of the communities where they were to be banished. The youths of the communities got the information beforehand and waited for them at the boundaries.

The evil man and the wife were marched to the Osumenyi/Amichi Boundary in Nnewi South, the youths of the Community rejected them and drove them back. They were marched out to the Ebenator/ Osumenyi Boundary in Nnewi South, he was equally rejected. Utuh Community too rejected them. Finally, they were driven into Imo State via Urasi/Lilu boundary.

The woman who sold the (Aribo) Powdered cassava that was accused Shed tears of Joy for being vindicated

The wife of the evil man confessed that she bought the poison that killed Chukwudi’s family.

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Meet Mariam Musa Who Poisoned Her Own Step Son In Nigeria Just Because of Jealousy

It is not advisable to have a polygamous family, because of the so many issues and challenges that normally arise from that kind of family setting. There is always strive between the wives and thier children which sometimes can be very fatal leading to the loss of innocent lives.

We have heard of so many instances where step mothers maltreat and kill thier step children or children from thier fellow wives. A similar situation occured recently in Nigeria when one Mariam Musa was paraded for poisoning the food of her co wife’s son just because she was jealous of the attention the co wife was receiving from thier husband.

Mariam who was pregnant at the time and also the first wife had no male child and felt her husband was showing much attention and care to the second wife because she bore him a son.

According to her, thier husband who used to eat from the same plate stopped doing that and started treating her with disdain and that’s was why she decided to poison the boy even though according to her, she didn’t intend to kill him.

The young innocent boy of three years was rushed to the hospital where he later died on Thursday, December 31, 2020 just one more day to the new year.

Hisbah Destroys Beer Bottles Worth N200m In Kano

Ganduje said consumption of alcohol and all other intoxicants could distort the mental capability of a person and that it is forbidden in Islam.

Kano State Hisbah Board has destroyed 1,975,000 bottles of beer worth over N200 million confiscated within Kano metropolis.

The destruction exercise was carried out at Kalebawa in Dawakin Tofa Local Government Area of the state by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Vanguard reports.

Speaking at the event, Ganduje, represented by his Deputy, Dr Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, said consumption of alcohol and all other intoxicants could distort the mental capability of a person and that it is forbidden in Islam.

“Even in Kano, we have banned the consumption of beer in all parts of the State,” Ganduje emphasised. 

He explained that as part of his administration’s efforts in enhancing the welfare of the Hisbah, there would be a salary increase and new uniforms for the security unit before the year runs out.

“My administration is proud of the way you discharge your duties..therefore I wish to urge all stakeholders to continue to give you all the support you need to succeed,” the governor said.

In his remarks, the Commander General, Kano State Hisbah Board, Sheikh Harun Muhammad Ibn Sina, said that the beer confiscated was worth over N200 million. He added that the board got a court order to destroy over 20 trucks of alcohol.

Covid-19 Palliatives Gotten From Wareshouse not good for Consumption-What a waste?

After opening Covid-19 palliatives gotten from abandoned warehouse, see what was seen inside “garri” sack.

The incidence of invading warehouses where Covid-19 palliatives were stored spread swiftly and many residents of the area of warehouses got there fast to get their own palliatives that were hoard instead of being distributed. We have seen photos online as people cartered away different palliatives such as garri, rice, sugar, pastas and noodles.

These palliatives were stored in the warehouses in Lagos and were supposed to have been distributed during the lockdown when people were helpless and suffering, not working and starved, however they were kept in the warehouse maybe till Jesus comes.

If not for the angry Youth who stormed the places the content would have still been there till when God knows. The palliatives were so much plenty that nobody fought over it. Everyone packed the amount they wanted.

One of the beneficiaries opened one of the sacks when he got home but was disappointed. The food has spoiled , it is no longer suitable for eating, even the pets can’t eat it. It has become a waste. You won’t believe what this supposed “garri” has turned to. If “garri” is kept for some months it would spoil. That is why it is advisable to eat such food on time only for those in charge of distribution of the palliatives to abandon it since May of this year. See as it has turned to something like sawdust now.

Fortunately for them, noodles has not expired yet. If fact something has cooked it. He prepared it with some correct ingredients ; spring onion, onion, carrot, eggs, pepper and shared it on social media. See below.

The government is silent on this, no media report on it yet.

Lagos State Government Expresses Displeasure at Warehouse Vandals

Lagos state government has taken to their official Twitter page and condemned the vandalization on a warehouse located at Mazamaza, Lagos state.

Recall that a few moments ago, angry Lagosians vandalized a warehouse where Covid-19 palliatives were housed. Those two were able to lay their hands on the palliatives packages made away with them.

However, the Lagos state government has stated that the food palliative packages were donated to the government by the private sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) group.

They stated that that the items belong to the southwest and not for Lagos along as the social media disclosed. They revealed that the Lagos state has repackaged its shares of the palliatives and was disturbing before the protest affected the activities.

The State Government, however, regrets the invasion of the warehouse and appreciates the support offered by the CACOVID group to the citizenry of Lagos.

Here is what they shared 

Nigerians who came across what the Lagos State Government said are not comfortable with the statement. They stated that the statement made by the state would only aggravate the anger already at the street. See more reactions below: 

Why Men Be careful Who They Bring Home Look What This Man Found In A Girlfriend’s Bag

First of all we can’t be sure about who people are 100% , we meet them, we have fun and then its when we don’t see the need to do a background check on the person ,because we have created this innocent and perfect of the person in our mind and the feelings that cloud our judgement and our emotions on everything

You might have been told about the past of that person before or what they do but the image you have creates disables you from believing that a person that can make you soo happy or make you feel soo good about yourself can turn and do such things, yes it happens

Now a male in his late 20s met a woman on social media that she has been talking with for quite a while, the two did meet ups ,had several dates and the man invited the lady over for a weekend at his place

See visiting for a weekend or even a day requires you to have a hand bag , to put the important things that you might need to protect yourself or help yourself if it happens that you have an unexpected period, that’s why most men don’t feel comfortable in searching a woman’s bag but sometimes it might be help you

The two spend a weekend together ,and everything went great until the man noticed that her bag had an unusual shape than before, when she came it was light and looked light it did not have much but when she was about to leave and went to the bathroom all of sudden it looked full , he opened it and found half of his groceries in the bag milk, salt , spice , knorrox and two pieces of chicken in the bag