He is a witch, we had to poison him to death: Woman and husband arrested in Akwa Ibom for allegedly poisoning 10-year-old stepson

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Woman and her husband arrested in Akwa Ibom for allegedly poisoning 10-year-old stepson to death over witchcraft allegation

http://uppermoretonfarm.co.uk/footer-courses/ For REPORTEDLY poisoning his 10-year-old son to death over witchcraft allegation, The Akwa Ibom State Police Command has arrested one Rita Umoh and her husband, Akan Umoh, SLEEKGIST.

buy Lyrica generic On Tuesday, September 14,  SP Odiko Macdon, Spokesperson of the command, in a statement said the duo was arrested by the detectives from Abak division after tip-off.

“On 29th August, 2021, at about 4:30pm, relying on information received from one Mfon Francis, of Ekpat Iduot village that one Akan Jimmy Umoh and his wife Rita Jimmy Umoh of same address, conspired and poisoned to death her stepson, one Master Savior Jimmy Umoh, a buy cenforce 200mg 10 year old boy on the allegation of witchcraft,” the statement read.

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“Detectives of Abak Division swiftly responded and arrested the duo of Akan and Rita Jimmy Umoh who are father and step-mother of the deceased

“On interrogation, suspects confessed to have administered poisonous concoction called “Evil Beans” on the child to remove witchcraft, which they, according to prophecy, claimed was the cause of their economic misfortunes and health challenges including the poor academic performance of his half siblings.

A search in the house revealed a boldly written inscription on the wall by the step-mother, “Saviour is the witch of this house”. Photographs were taken while the corpse was removed and deposited in the mortuary for autopsy

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“The CP has assured that the perpetrators of these crimes will be prosecuted and has called on members of the public to be vigilant and do well in giving the Police and Sister Security Agencies timely information which will assist in curbing crimes and criminality.


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