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Crazy!!! Isn't it? 18 year old boy kills mother because of Charm to be Disappearing and Appearing

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Son of a Herbalist, 18, Agugu Adau , who is late now is said to have killed his mother over the disappearance of a charm his late dad gave to him.

The accused committed this crime at at his Kisaghyip village farm in Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau.

Suprising, after murdering his mother, he took away N20,000 from her cloth that was soaked in her blood. It was understood that he used the money to purchase a pair of Slippers, a mobile phone and shirt.

Spokesman of the Plateau Police Command, Mr Tyopev Terna, confirmed that the suspect was in Police Custody then he declined further Statements.

According to the Spokesman he said: “Investigation is ongoing. The details are not ready. Please understand with us and be patient."

Speaking with Agugu, he said;

“When I was 14 years old, my late father, who was a native doctor, showed me a charm that enabled him to disappear and reappear at will. He promised to handover the charm to me when I turn 18.

“On his dying bed four years ago, he gave my mother the charm and asked her to give me when I turn 18. But I am now 18 and she has refused to give it to me. “On this fateful day at the farm, I asked her about it, but she threatened to throw the charm into the river, if I disturbed her too much.

“Her response infuriated me and I suddenly felt that she was of no value as a mother. I immediately slaughtered her with the knife I was using to harvest potatoes. “After slaughtering her, I dumped her body in the bush.” 

The Senior Brother of the Suspect, Mr David Adau, has said he doesn't agree with what his younger brother has said stressing that the family had been facing problems concerning the suspect as he was fond of causing various troubles and even stealing.

David Adau said; I believe he killed our mother because of the N20,000 I gave her a day before the incident. I work at the mines in Barkin-Ladi, and usually give my earnings to our mother to keep for me. 

“I handed over the money to my mother in his presence; in fact, when I gave her the money, she expressed fear that Agugu could attack her to get the money. He has proved her right.” 

David also said that a day after the suspect committed the crime, while he was coming back from work he met Agugu and asked him about their mother, the suspect told his brother that he didn't know the whereabouts of their mother.

Later in the day, David Adau saw the suspect with a new shirt, pair of slippers and a mobile phone, David said he became curious.

Hear David:
“I asked him (suspect) where he got them from, but he could not give me satisfactory answers. “Other family members joined me and we kept pestering him over our mother, but he insisted he knew nothing.

“Three days later, I invited the Police to question my brother. That worked immediately as he confessed to killing her.” 

David said that the suspect later led family members and the police to the farm where they saw the already decomposing corpse of the woman.


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