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Drug Addict Who Murdered Father In Ipaja Lagos Surrenders To Police, Promises To Turn Born Again

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Drug Addict Who Murdered Father In Ipaja Lagos Surrenders To Police, Promises To Turn Born Again

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October 1st, 2015 – Picture: Drug Addict Who Stabbed Father Death In Ipaja Lagos Surrenders To Police, Promises To Turn Born Again If Released

35-year-old Nelson Oamen, who stabbed his father, Sunday Oamen, to death, in Abesan Estate, in the Ipaja area of Lagos State, has said he did it because his father always scolded him.

Oamen, who is currently being detained at the State Department of Criminal Investigation, Yaba, on Wednesday said that he had smoked four wraps of Indian hemp before committing the crime.

He faulted his parents for not giving him enough training, adding that he hated them for always talking down on him.

Nelson, a suspected drug addict, stabbed his 75-year-old father to death on Friday, September 23. It was reported that the deceased, a retired worker in a company in the Apapa area of the state, was battling with stroke and always stayed indoors at the time of the incident.

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Nelson was reported to have sneaked into the house and stabbed his father to death with a broken bottle. He was said to have covered his corpse with a blanket and fled the house.

The suspect voluntarily turned himself in to the police. Nelson said he surrendered himself to the police because he lost his peace after killing his father.

The Edo State indigene said he had always fought with his father before things went awry on the fateful day.

“I am the fourth child in a family of eight children. I have had several fights with my dad in the past. There was a time I confronted him that I had been going through a lot of challenges in life and I needed help, but he said I should sit at home and he would be feeding me. I was angry because he wanted me to be dependent on him and I needed to fend for myself.

My parents knew that I smoke hemp and it sometimes affected my behaviour. They asked me to quit it, and I did for some time. People advised them to take me for medical care, but they said they did not have the money.

I became addicted to hemp about six months ago. On Thursday night, a day preceding the incident, I had gone to a joint where I smoked four wraps of hemp. I bought each for N50.

On Friday, around 11am, I was sitting outside the house when I started feeling restless and a spirit told me to go inside and kill my father. I went in through the window and when I got to where he was lying, I stabbed him in the neck and chest.”

The spirit that pushed me to kill my father began to tell me that I will not have rest until I report myself to the police. When I could no longer bear it, I decided to report to the police.

It is not my fault. Whenever I talk to my parents, they always scolded me. And sometimes, I felt they were not my parents. I killed my father because he always chastised me and because I lost control of my senses.

If I get out of this mess, I will surrender my life to Jesus. But if not, I resign myself to fate,” he said.




  1. Joyce

    October 1, 2015 at 8:07 PM

    The best place to be trained and get born again is that detention custody. Anything short of that place is to get worse than before. What is happening in this generation? Is it the perilous time?

  2. lenny kravitz

    October 1, 2015 at 9:35 PM

    u ought not have done that bro , although some parents are dead stupid ,killing them does not make sense at all . You should have channeled your anger towards making money and cut them off for good .

  3. uwem

    October 2, 2015 at 11:14 AM

    At age 35 when you suppose to be fathering your own children, you still stay back at home to be up kept by your parents because you have chosen the part of drugs for your destiny. At that age should you not know what is good and bad, rather than regretting on the lack of parental training. Shame on you!

  4. Uchenna O

    October 2, 2015 at 11:43 AM

    @Joyce, you’re right, this is the prelious time the bible talk about in (Matthew 24:7-12) about the end, Nation against Nation, Kingdom against Kingdom, Parents against children and children against parents, there is no more time.smoking and drunkness is sin and has an evil spirit backing or implications but if anyone give his/her life to Christ the evil spirits will go away.Rip to Mr. Sunday.

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