A 41-year-elderly person, Mr. Sunday Ngwu, has purportedly beaten his significant other to death over a matrimonial issue that created in their family. Mr. Ngwu, who hails from Nkanu Local Government Area of Enugu State, was said to have connected with his better half in a battle after an undisclosed issue ejected in their family on Monday Night.
A source, who addressed GISTOK, said Ngwu and the spouse, Amara, had been living gently in a loft at Ikwo Street, Apollo, in Idemili North Local Government Area, yet on Sunday after a warmed contention with his better half, they two began battling, prompting Mr. Ngwu altogether pummeling her. The source stated, “You realize he is a man, so he had the high ground in the battle. What he did which everyone objected to was that in spite of having beaten her senior, he continued to utilize a solid metal to crush her head, and very quickly, she lost awareness.
“We don’t have the foggiest idea what the issue between them was, and for the time being, the man has even been captured by cops from Awada Police Division,” the source said. In the interim, the representative of Anambra Police Command, SP Haruna Mohammed, has affirmed the episode, saying that the issue has been moved to Awka with the perished’s body stored in a mortuary. He stated, “On the 10/6/2019 at about 8: pm, police analysts joined to Awada Division captured one Sunday Ngwu ‘m’ matured 41 years from Nkanu LGA of Enugu State however dwells at Ikwo Street Apollo in Idemili North LGA of Anambra State.
“Suspect purportedly beat his better half one Amara Ngwu ‘f’ matured 39 years of a similar location to mash and afterward utilized an overwhelming metal item to hit her on the head leaving her oblivious. “Police investigators visited scene joined to Awada Division, and unfortunate casualty hurried to Bex clinic where she was affirmed dead on landing by a medicinal specialist and carcass kept at the funeral home for examination.
“The Commissioner of Police, CP Mustapha Dandaura has requested for the prompt exchange of the case to State Criminal examination division Awka to lead a careful examination to learn conditions encompassing the occurrence after which suspect would be charged to court for indictment.”