SHOCK In Anambra As Family Prints Names Of Son’s Killers On His...

SHOCK In Anambra As Family Prints Names Of Son’s Killers On His Obituary Poster [LOOK]

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This incident which happened in Anambra State might be the most bizarre story of the week but might well serve as a pointer towards the height of wickedness inherent in today’s world.

Here is a young man identified as Chimezie Ononye from the Oba area of the aforementioned state.

The burial poster of Late Mr Chimezie Ononye who was abducted and killed by his kinsmen in Oba, Anambra state.

Reports have it that he was the only surviving child of his parents who struggled to make ends meet but ended up laying down his life due to man’s inhumanity to man.

Ononye finally managed to make it after much hardwork, so he finally decided to journey down to his village to make good use of his money by erecting a building on his father’s land.

Events took new turns on his arrival at the village when he noticed that someone was already occupying his land which was bequeathed to him by his dad.

The Trent gathered that about 10 men among his kinsmen connived and sold the land to a total stranger.

The new occupant of the property claimed that they bought the property for N70 million and told him who he bought the land from.

The deceased man was said to have confronted his kinsmen who threatened him to either steer clear or lose his life.

Late Ononye subsequently filed a suit against the gang in court with the list of the 10 suspects all in a bid to recover his land.

He was abducted in the process by some persons believed to be the men from his kindred.

They murdered him and dumped his body which was later discovered.

Meanwhile, the names of the 10 people responsible for the deceaseds death were boldly printed on his burial poster and brochure by his family.

They include:

1. Mr Okechukwu Ilebuka
2. Chief Basil Okeke
3. Nze Alex Obodoekwe
4. Prof. A. O Animalu
5. Engr. Stephen Okonkwo
6. Mr Tochukwu Ananti
7. Engr. Fidelis Ejikume
8. Prince Chibueze Onwugbolu
9. Mr Onyeka Ibe
10. Mr Reuben Ibeagwa

May his soul rest in peace.


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