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Delta man Ere-Eganoma attacks mother with cutlass


The victim on hospital bed

woman whose identity still remains unknown is presently lying critically ill at a hospital in Delta State, after her son allegedly attacked her with a cutlass.

The incident occurred Tuesday, in Okuokoko town, in Okpe Local Government Area of the State.

Sources had it that the woman’s son, Emma Ere-Eganoma, who is now in police custody, invited his mother, a foodstuff seller at Okuokoko Market, to his home for undisclosed reason.

It was gathered immediately the woman entered into her son’s residence, the son locked the gate and attempted to butcher her with the weapon.

Another source disclosed that the suspect also attempted to pluck out his mother’s eyes, perhaps for ritual purpose, causing apprehension among residents of the densely populated Okpe community.

After the arrival of the woman, the son immediately locked the entrance, brought out a matchete and used it on his mother.”

It was gathered that loud screams from the victim attracted residents from the neighbourhood who broke the suspect’s apartment door to rescue the woman who was already bleeding.

The woman was rushed to an undisclosed hospital in the area where she is now receiving treatment.

The residents also apprehended the suspect and handed him over to operatives of Okpe Police Division. Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer, DSP Bright Edafe, confirmed the incident.


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