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Graduate Kills His Biological Mother In Otukpo, Benue State

A middle aged man, identified as Mr. Godwin, a resident of Ufia Street in Otukpo, Benue State, has reportedly murdered his own biological mother.

Mr. Godwin Orinya who hails from Ado area but settled in Sabon Gari area of Otukpo town killed his mother at Agboke in Ohimini area in the early hours of today, Monday November 21, 2016.

According to Idoma Voice, a close family source Mr. Oduh said Godwin Orinya, a graduate of the University of Jos, developed strange behaviours recently and was taken to a rehabilitation center at Agboke in Ohimini where the incident took place.

The man in charge of the rehabilitation center had gone into the bush in search of herbs when Goddy took the opportunity to hit his mother then escaped from the care center.

- An educated son started acted 'mad'...the next thing he kills his mother. Hmmmm!

14 comments:

  1. Powers that be has taken over the man...I pity the woman

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  2. People are just wicked,that's why we should always pray to God for his love and protection amongs us all.. The mother have tried her best for her son and she never believe that such act could ever happen but you can never predict a mental person next line of action.
    May her Soul Rest in Peace..

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  3. Village people at work. He needs serious deliverance. MFM on the way.

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  4. This is really tragic. Gosh! #ICan'tFathomIt

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  5. Winchy winchy thinz

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  6. That's serious! Na wa oo

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  7. It's not ordinary. Why did they released him when they fully awared that he is mentally ubstable

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  8. ummmm very sad. He needs serious deliverance.

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  9. OMG...after all d tears & Stress ,,may her Soul R I P ...Amen

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  10. Quite sad...upon her sufferings, she could not benefit only to receive more pains. RIP

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  11. Dis is really painful, God will help us

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