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Housewife and her boyfriend sentenced to death in Ebonyi 1 hour ago Ad Marble From Concrete Durable Pavements. Any Colour Texture or Geometry.Highly Durable. sistrom.com/enquire_now SHARE THIS NEWS! Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email – The Ebonyi State High Court sentenced a housewife and her boyfriend to death by hanging – The accused butchered the woman’s husband and kept his parts inside a cupboard – Another state High Court sitting in Abakaliki, sentenced two men to death by hanging for kidnapping a medical doctor and demanding ransom Josephine Onwuzuruike and her boyfriend, Ekene Onyeka, were reportedly sentenced to death by hanging by the Ebonyi State High Court on Thursday, May 5. In 2008 the housewife and her lover butchered her husband and kept his parts inside a cupboard, Nigerian Tribune reports. The woman had accused her husband of attempting to marry another wife by building a separate house other than the one they were living. Therefore, she contacted Onyeka who helped her to commit the crime. Delivering the judgment, Justice Benson Ogbuh found the accused guilty of the offence and sentenced them to death by hanging. During trial, Josephine broke down and wept uncontrollable. She was begging the judge to be lenient on her because of her children. READ ALSO: Court sentences three kidnappers to death by hanging Meanwhile, another state High Court sitting in Abakaliki, sentenced Onyemachi Oge and Okechukwu Oma to death by hanging for kidnapping Dr. Chuka Manyinke. The men were accused of kidnapping Manyinke, a doctor of pediatrics at the Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki on May 5, 2013. During the incident, Manyinke’s security guard was shot dead for attempting to prevent the hoodlums from kidnapping his boss. The medical doctor was released after the culprits had been paid N3 million ransom. Delivering judgment on the matter, Justice Eze Udu said the prosecution counsel, I. I. Anikwe, proved his case against Onyemachi Oge and Okechukwu Oma beyond reasonable doubt and sentenced them to death by hanging. On May 4, the Nigerian Senate resolved to enact a law prescribing death penalty for kidnappers to serve as deterrent and curb kidnapping in the country. The Senate also resolved that the security agencies should embark on training and retraining of their personnel while urging state governments to enact laws to aid prosecution of kidnappers.

Housewife and her boyfriend
sentenced to death in Ebonyi

– The Ebonyi State High Court sentenced a
housewife and her boyfriend to death by
hanging
– The accused butchered the woman’s
husband and kept his parts inside a cupboard
– Another state High Court sitting in
Abakaliki, sentenced two men to death by
hanging for kidnapping a medical doctor and
demanding ransom
Josephine Onwuzuruike and her boyfriend,
Ekene Onyeka, were reportedly sentenced to
death by hanging by the Ebonyi State High
Court on Thursday, May 5.
In 2008 the housewife and her lover butchered
her husband and kept his parts inside a
cupboard, Nigerian Tribune reports.
The woman had accused her husband of
attempting to marry another wife by building a
separate house other than the one they were
living. Therefore, she contacted Onyeka who
helped her to commit the crime.
Delivering the judgment, Justice Benson
Ogbuh found the accused guilty of the offence
and sentenced them to death by hanging.
During trial, Josephine broke down and wept
uncontrollable. She was begging the judge to
be lenient on her because of her children.
READ ALSO: Court sentences three kidnappers
to death by hanging
Meanwhile, another state High Court sitting in
Abakaliki, sentenced Onyemachi Oge and
Okechukwu Oma to death by hanging for
kidnapping Dr. Chuka Manyinke.
The men were accused of kidnapping
Manyinke, a doctor of pediatrics at the
Federal Teaching Hospital in Abakaliki on May
5, 2013.
During the incident, Manyinke’s security guard
was shot dead for attempting to prevent the
hoodlums from kidnapping his boss.
The medical doctor was released after the
culprits had been paid N3 million ransom.
Delivering judgment on the matter, Justice Eze
Udu said the prosecution counsel, I. I. Anikwe,
proved his case against Onyemachi Oge and
Okechukwu Oma beyond reasonable doubt and
sentenced them to death by hanging.
On May 4, the Nigerian Senate resolved to
enact a law prescribing death penalty for
kidnappers to serve as deterrent and curb
kidnapping in the country.
The Senate also resolved that the security
agencies should embark on training and
retraining of their personnel while urging state
governments to enact laws to aid prosecution
of kidnappers.