A domestic worker identified as Onyebuchi Ezeh, alongside two other fleeing suspects, has allegedly used a sharp object to cut some vital organs including the genitals of a 72-year-old woman. The incident reportedly took place at Umunze, Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State.
According to the report, the septuagenarian was at her residence when Ezeh led the two other suspects into the premises on Thursday.
While on the premises, the suspects pinned down the 72-year-old woman, brought out a sharp object, and reportedly used it in cutting the woman’s genitals, ear, nipple, and fingers, among others.
After carrying out the evil act, Ezeh and the other suspects fled and abandoned the septuagenarian for death.
However, the aged woman, while writhing in pain, raised the alarm, and neighbors, who heard her cry for help, rushed her to the hospital for medical intervention.
After the arrest and during interrogation, It was learned that Ezeh and his accomplice committed the act on the instruction of a yet-to-be-identified native doctor. He confessed that the native doctor promised them riches if they brought the required organs.
Chidinma Ikeanyionwu, The media assistant to the state Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Chidinma Ikeanyionwu confirmed that the aged woman is recuperating at the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital, in the Amaku Awka area of the state.
Ikeanyionwu said, “The incident was discovered after the victim raised the alarm on Thursday. One of her workers alongside two other men stampeded her in her house and cut off her genital organs including her nipple, ear, and fingers, among others.”
“The culprit, Onyebuchi Ezeh, who was later caught, confessed that they were sent by a native doctor to get the needed organs of the 72-year-old woman to become a billionaire.
“The suspect hails from Abakaliki in Ebonyi State, and usually helps the victim in cutting palm trees. He was said to have explained that they embarked on the act because they wanted to get rich according to the assurances of the native doctor.”