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Anambra Govt Probes Case Of Woman Killed By Husband Over Bread

The late Ogochukwu Anene is believed to have been slain by her husband, Mr. Wilson Uwadiegwu, over a piece of bread, according to the Anambra State Government, which announced that an investigation into her death has been launched.

The state’s Commissioner for Women and Social Welfare, Mrs. Ify Obinabo, announced this yesterday in Awka while hosting the deceased’s mother, Mrs. Cordelia Anene, in her office.

You may remember a viral video that claimed Ogochukwu Anene, also known as Ada Awka, was murdered by her husband over a loaf of bread.


Obinabo claimed that in order to bring about justice for the deceased, the state government was working with the Enugu State Government on the probe.


“Since the deceased is from Anambra, the state government will not keep quiet over the unfortunate incident, but will make sure that thorough investigation is carried out and concluded in record time,” she said.

Obinabo advised women in abusive relationships to always speak up and get assistance rather than dying in quiet due to what society would think.

Anene, who claimed her husband killed her kid, added earlier that the terrifying component of the incident was that the suspect ran away right away after committing the crime.

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She requested help from the state government so that her daughter may receive justice.

Anene said: “Ogochukwu was beaten by her husband because she ate the loaf of bread he bought for the kids.

“When the children wanted to eat, he became furious as to why they would ask him about the bread and pounced on her with a mirror and other objects which left her in bad condition.


“Few days after the beating, my daughter was hospitalised at Niger Foundation in Enugu where they said she suffered internal bleeding as a result of an injury sustained during the beating.

“The doctors confirmed this after a series of scans were carried out and referred us to Enugu State University Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Ituku-Ozalla. While all these were happening, the husband was nowhere to be found.”

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She claims that despite the fact that we had an autopsy, we were unable to receive the results.

“Rather, the officer handling the case is begging that we drop the case,” she said sobbing.



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