Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Photo: Madonna University Student Paraded For Allegedly Killing Dad

The Abia state police command has paraded a 27 year old undergraduate of Madonna University, Chijioke Ezebuiro, for allegedly killing his 87 year old father, Dr Emmanuel Ezebuiro.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the State, ASP Geoffrey Ogbonna, said that the student remains the prime suspect as he was the only person in the house at the time his father was murdered.

His elder brother who called in the police said, he had left Chijioke at home with their father when he went to drop his kids at school before coming back to meet their 87-year old bedridden father in the pool of his own blood.

He also told the police to question him very well because his brother had in the past threatened to kill their father several times.  Chijioke is still being investigated.

23 comments:

  1. Private university students…

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    1. Leave their schools out of this. Charity begins at home

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    2. Well said
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      It's not about the school

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  2. Is this now a trend

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  3. Hmmm d shuld investigate well, cos I hv d feeling dt der's set up some were, poor man RIP

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  4. If the mother aborted this animal would it have been a sin God ? Chai poor old man RIP sir . DERA MI

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    1. Nigerians can be soooo judgemental!!! Why all the name calling? He is only a suspect, he has not found guilty. Read before commenting, they said they are still investigating.

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  5. This is serious, I wonder what our youths are turning into these days

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  6. The hearts of men are filled with evil thoughts

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  7. How can you conceive murder against your biological father?

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  8. May his soul rest in peace

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  9. This is brutal

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  10. Sad story but the police shuld investigate the matter properly accusing anyone


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  11. Madona university is always in the news

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  12. This calls for proper investigation. It just might not be this boy, only God knows. May baby's gentle soul rest in peace, Amen. Motherhen

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    1. Justice will surely prevail

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  13. What a life

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  14. To omo re ko le fun o ni sinmi

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  15. ITS UNFORTUNATE.MAY PAPA'S SOUL REST IN PEACE.

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