How Father Cuts Off Son’s 2 Hands For Money Ritual
Facts have emerged on how one Abuchi Enweaso reportedly had his two hands cut off by his father and elder brother for failed money ritual in Anambra State.
PremierNews reports that the incident happened in Egbengwu village, Nimo in Njikoka Local Government Area of the state.
Narrating his ordeal on Thursday, October 15, after his escape, Abuchi claimed that his brother, Nonso Enweaso and father, Gregory Enweaso cut off his two hands, inflicted machete wounds on his body, then chained and locked him up for three days after revealing their plan to use him for money ritual.
Abuchi who is now in a hospital said, his ordeal started when his father accused him of stealing a property, an allegation he denied. Afterwards, he bound him with a chain and hacked him with a cutlass.
Two days later, he was allegedly lured into the bush by the duo, where they chopped off his hands and subjected him to various inhuman torture including stabbing his eyes with a needle.
He said he was later dragged home and chained in the backyard for three days. There, he claims he heard his father and brother planning to poison him to death and sell his body parts to buyers, who had already indicated interest.
However, he managed to raised alarm and he was rescued and taken to Hospital where he is being treated over the injuries inflicted on him.
Meanwhile the Senator representing Anambra Central Senatorial District, Senator Uche Ekwunife, on Saturday visited one Abuchi over the domestic violence.
Senator Ekwunife visited Enugwu-Ukwu General Hospital where the young man was receiving treatment to see things for herself. While offering the young man financial succour, she described the incident as horrific.
In her speech, the Senator said that when she read the report of the incident on social media, she sent her Njikoka Local Government Coordinator to locate the victim so that she can visit the victim at the hospital.
She described the incident as very unfortunate and the height of wickedness. According to the Distinguished Senator, she had already contacted the Commissioner of Police Anambra State Police Command who had commenced investigation into the matter with a view to bringing the culprits to justice.