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Onitsha Barber Who Beheaded Boy & Drank His Blood In Ebonyi Blames Prophetess

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Onitsha Barber Who Beheaded Boy & Drank His Blood In Ebonyi Blames Prophetess

A court in Ebonyi on Friday remanded a 26-year-old man, Christian Nweke, in a correctional facility for beheading a two-year-old boy, Onyedikachi Nwali.

The suspect, Southern City News gathered, allegedly beheaded the two-year-old boy and drank his blood, while the mother went to fetch water from the stream.

It was learnt that the suspect, who confessed to the crime, was a barber in Onitsha, Anambra State, and was allegedly suffering from chest pains, until he was brought to the Church of Christ Mission, Ugbaenyim Ezza, Umuhuali community, in the Ishielu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, where the boy and his parents were seeking spiritual help.

Asked if he was a ritualist or sent to kill and suck the blood of the boy for money rituals, the suspect said;

“No. I’m not a ritualist. Nobody sent me to kill anybody. But I noticed that since the prophetess of this prayer ministry prayed for me, a lot of things have changed and I no longer reason right.”

It was alleged that the suspect committed the crime on December 13, 2019, at the premises of the Church of Christ Mission, Ugbaenyim Ezza.

He was, on Friday, arraigned before the magistrates’ court on one count of murder.

The police prosecutor, Sergeant Sebastine Alumona, said the offence was punishable under Section 319 (1) of the Criminal Code, Cap. 33, Vol. 1, Laws of Ebonyi State of Nigeria, 2009.

The defence counsel applied to the court that his client be admitted to bail as he would not interfere with lawful investigation into the matter.

Alumona, however, opposed the bail application and told the court that the suspect would jump bail and interfere with investigation into the matter.

In her ruling, Chief Magistrate Nnenna Onuoha, said the court lacked the jurisdiction to grant bail on such cases.

She directed that the accused be remanded in the Nigerian Correctional Centre, Abakaliki, while his case file should be transferred to the Director of Public Prosecutions in the state for advice.

She adjourned the matter till January 17, 2020, for the report of compliance.



  1. Metu Nyetu

    January 6, 2020 at 5:49 AM

    MURDER CASES ARE not bailable offences, as I gather. Look what evil! Not being stable, i.e., flying from one church to another, is in deed a great risk.

  2. Sophia

    January 6, 2020 at 6:09 AM

    He doesn’t look like a Christian

  3. success

    January 6, 2020 at 6:45 AM

    Lord have Mercy on us all!

  4. Jilo

    January 7, 2020 at 7:22 PM

    Let’s observe critical thinking here, When that young man was asked why did I you do what you did? the boy answered I didn’t know. He said since the prophetess of the Church prayed for me, my life was never the same again.

    In my own candid opinion, I think power of principalities and powers have roles to play here, I mean the occult people used malicious spirit to perpetrate an evil act. People who know more about African Science know what I’m talking about. it’s going to look like the boy did it whereas the boy may not even aware about his action. I would have passed down my Judgment on this guy until when he said he had no intention or purpose of doing what he did.

    The next question is who is this prophetess who prayed for this guy. How clean she is? Is she a real prophetess? because there are lots of Baal’s Prophet out there disguising as real prophets. I’m not accusing anybody but trust no one things happen out there.

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