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ENUGU-Tragedy struck at Ugwuoba in Oji River
Local Government Area of Enugu State at the
weekend when an Indian hemp smoker axed his
father to death for advising him to desist from taking
hard drugs.
The deceased, Mr. Christopher Onu was attacked by
his son, Ikenna Onu at his home in Aguabosi village in
Ugwuoba community in a gruesome manner throwing
the entire village into morning.
According to the State Police Public Relations Officer,
Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, the deceased who was a farmer,
had shortly after returning from farm on July 4, 2014
called his son, Ikenna, to his room where he advised
him to desist from smoking weeds believed to be
indian hemp in order to avoid ruining his life.
Angered by his father’s wise counsel, Ikenna who
was suspected to be under the influence of the hard
drug, allegedly picked up an axe and cut his father’s
head open.
The old man was said to have slumped immediately
and bled to death.
The police spokesman said that the suspect was
arrested and now being detained at the Criminal
Investigations Department of the State Police
Command in Enugu.
He said that investigations had commenced into the
gruesome murder of the farmer whose corpse had
been deposited at General Hospital mortuary Oji River
for autopsy.


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What of this - Snr. Advocate of Nigeria  killed by own son

A 21-year old university undergraduate, Tolani Ajayi, has killed his father, chopped the body to pieces, before dumping the remains in a bush near their home in Ogun State, the police said.
The suspect has since been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command.

A witness told PREMIUM TIMES that the attack occurred Tuesday after an argument between Tolani and his father, Charles Ajayi, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN. The late lawyer had reportedly questioned his son over his attitude and refusal to follow Biblical teachings.
The suspect, a 300-level student of the Department of History and International Relations at Redeemer University, RCCG Camp, Ogun State, became infuriated when his father slapped him.
Tolani retaliated by stabbing his father with a knife. He then hacked the body to pieces, packed the mutilated corpse in a box and dumped it in a nearby bush.

The Ogun State Police Command Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, confirmed the incident which he said occurred at the Redemption Camp along the  Lagos/Ibadan Expressway.
“The shattered body of Barrister Charles Ajayi, 60, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, was seen and recovered in a nearby bush at Canaanland Street in the RCCG Camp, in a box after he had been killed by his son,” Mr. Adejobi said.

He said Tolani, the suspect, was arrested at his father’s home after the corpse was discovered.
Mr. Adejobi told PREMIUM TIMES that the Divisional Police Officer of Redemption Camp, Olaiya Martins, had led a team of detectives and some members of the community to where the body was found. The community members had earlier noticed the strange attitude of the suspect while he dumped the box.
Following the drag marks made by the box, police officers traced the suspect to his home.
Mr. Adejobi said upon interrogation, the suspect lied that his father had gone on evangelism. He later confessed to the crime, Mr. Adejobi said.

He said the exhibits, including the knife and cutlass the suspect used in the attack, were recovered by the police while the corpse had been deposited at a morgue in Sagamu.
Mr. Adejobi said the Commissioner of Police, Ikemefuna Okoye, had sent a team of detectives, led by the officer in charge of the Homicide section of the Department of Criminal Investigation, Eleweran Abeokuta, to assess the situation and take over the matter for further investigation and necessary action.

The commissioner also sympathised with the family of the deceased.
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