Man butchers his first son during a land dispute in Anambra

A land dispute gone bad has reportedly left one dead in Ozzu Awkuzu, Anambra State , as it was gathered that a man identified as Elege, reportedly killed his first son , Ikebunna Udeagwu.


According to sources, the man macheted his first son last night during a fight following the land dispute.
This is coming after the police in Enugu State launched a manhunt for a man, Onyenwe Ajah, who allegedly killed his son to death and then fled. Mr Onyenwe, according to the police, attacked his 38-year-old son, Ajah Kenneth, to death last week after the duo had a disagreement.

The incident happened at Orientation Oduma market in Aninri Local Government Area of the State. It was learnt that on March 28, at about 4.30 p.m., the suspect had a misunderstanding over a yet-to-be established issue(s) with the victim at Orie Oduma Market and this led to a fight.

Police spokesman in the state, Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the incident said;
“It was further gathered that following the alleged misunderstanding, there arose a fight between the father and his son, which resulted to the use of an object to hit the victim on his head by the father. “The son, however, became unconscious and was rushed to a nearby hospital and was later confirmed dead by a doctor on duty,’’ he said
“Meanwhile, the body has been deposited at Awgu District General Hospital mortuary while (a) manhunt on the fleeing suspect (father) has been launched,” Mr Amaraizu added.
The deceased became unconscious and was later confirmed dead, the police said.

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