Brother Brutalizes Sister After They Combat Over Their Father’s Property In Enugu (Photograph)

The Sufferer

A person recognized as Mr Francis Egbujie allegedly attacked his 59-year-old sister, Maureen over their father’s property in Enugu state.

Human rights group, Ladies’s Support Collective WACOL, who shared the story on-line, stated the sufferer stated their late father left the stated property in her custody and made her promise to handle the property and never switch possession to Mr Francis Egbujie. The sufferer nonetheless alleged that her brother has over time pestered her over the stated property and demanded that she hand it over to him.

Posting a photograph of the battered head of the sufferer, the group wrote;

“BROTHER ATTEMPTS TO KILL ELDER SISTER OVER FAMILY PROPERTY!!! On the 30th day of September 2020, WACOL authorized clinic obtained a criticism from a 59 years previous lady Mrs M, that her brother Mr Francis Egbujie from Ifu Ezike Udi, tried to kill her by beating her with a stick and breaking her head over a household property.

Mrs Maureen is as of now being treated at an undisclosed medical clinic in Enugu State. Her more youthful sisters announced the occurrence at the Trans Ekulu police headquarters, however the police purportedly took steps to capture them rather than the guilty party. 

She advised WACOL that the property in query was handed over to her by their late father, who made her promise to handle the property and never switch possession to Mr Francis Egbujie.

She additionally advised WACOL that it’s the proceed from the property that she makes use of to handle their late elder brother’s youngsters. Mrs M needs WACOL to help her in getting justice and be sure that Mr Francis Egbujie faces the total wrath of the legislation for his devious acts in opposition to her.

WACOL has despatched a petition to the Honourable Commissioner of Police, Enugu state requesting for a switch of the case from the Trans Ekulu police station to the state CID for correct investigation.

WACOL will even present palliative and help her therapy.”

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