Anambra state police command arrested a 34-year-old man identified as Ifeanyi Apusiobi of Azu Ogbunike in Oyi LGA of Anambra State, for reportedly killing his two kids with wooden pestle.
The suspect crushed his children; Chinecherem Apusiobi aged 7 and Obinna Apusiobi aged 5 with the pestle while they were sleeping, and also injured his 72-year-old father, Dominic Apusiobi on the head with same object.
Exhibits have been recovered and the case has been transferred to the State CID in Awka for discreet investigation.
The statement released by the state’s police spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed read;
On the 21/06/2020, at about 1:am, Police operatives attached to Ogbunike Police Station arrested one Ifeanyi Apusiobi ‘m’ aged 34years of Azu Ogbunike in Oyi LGA of Anambra State.
Suspect allegedly ran amok in a circumstances yet to be ascertained and attacked two of his biological children namely Chinecherem Apusiobi ‘f aged 7 years and Obinna Apusiobi ‘m’ aged 5 years with a wooden pistle on their heads while they were sleeping.Suspect equally used same object and injured his father one Dominic Apusiobi aged 72years on the head.
Meanwhile,police detectives visited the Scene and rushed victims to the hospital for medical attention where the two children were certified dead by a medical doctor while the aged father is responding to treatment.Corpses deposited at Isienyi hospital morgue for autopsy.Exhibit recovered and case transferred to State CID Awka for discreet investigation.
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