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Saturday, 30 March 2013

Deranged Woman kills parents in Delta state with a pestle


The ancient Oleh town in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State is currently filled with grief following the killing of a retired soldier and his wife by their 32-year-old mentally derailed daughter on Thursday.

The retired Army Warrant Officer, Mr Jonah Elili, and his wife were killed after been hit with a pestle by their daughter whose name was given as Elo. The lifeless bodies of the 75-year-old retired soldier and his wife, 65, were reportedly discovered in the early hours of Thursday by a neighbour who had gone to purchase some items from the deceased couple’s shop. Continue reading...

A source who spoke on condition of anonymity said the neighbour had, after knocking at their door for several minutes without response, peeped into the house and was shocked to had discovered the husband and wife lying in the pool of their blood.

The source said the woman raised the alarm which drew the attention of people other neighbours, adding that the last they knew or heard about the family was when the retired Warrant Officer came out to drag his daughter who ran outside naked, back into the house and locked her up.

According to information made available to DailyPost, the couple was blessed with seven children (two boys and five girls), including the one that was afflicted with insanity who had been roaming about the community.

Meanwhile, the said Elo had been detained at the Oleh Police Station. She was alleged to have told detectives that she reportedly killed her parents because they hated her.

“My parents hate me. They locked me up in a room where they first hit me before I retaliated with a pestle. I saw blood and that is all I know,” Elo reportedly said.

A senior Police officer in Oleh confirmed the story, saying a signal had been sent to the appropriate authority just as the matter has also being transferred to the state police headquarters in Asaba for further investigations.

Culled from TRENDY STURVS

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