One of the new generation church Pastor in Ifite Oraifite community of Ekwusigo local government area in Anambra State, reportedly stabbed his mother, Mrs. Grace Anaka to death in the early hours of Tuesday, August 27.
Though why the Pastor identified as Nwabueze Anaka killed his mother is yet to be ascertained, it was gathered that he fled the scene almost immediately.
Anambra State police spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed confirmed the incident and he told newsmen that the fleeing Pastor stabbed his mother with a dagger in the family compound. He further stated that the police has intensified its effort to arrest the murder suspect.
“There was a report at Oraifite Division today 27/8/2019 at about 12:00 pm that same date at about 6:am, one Nwabueze Anaka, aged about 30yrs of Umunakwa Oraifite, allegedly stabbed his mother one Grace Anaka ‘f’, aged about 50 years with a dagger and took to flight.
“Police detectives attached to the Division visited the scene, photographed and took the victim to the hospital where she was certified dead by the medical doctor after which corpse was deposited at the rest land morgue, Oraifite.
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“Circumstances surrounding the incident are yet to be ascertained but the complainants alleged that the suspect is having some mental challenges.”
Learning about developing symptoms, or early warning signs can help tremendously in our society to reduce the rate of killing by the depressed lunatics, and taking action immediatley can also help. Early intervention can help reduce the severity of illness. It may even be possible to delay or prevent a major mental illness altogether.
If a person is experiencing several at one time and the symptoms are causing serious problems in the ability to work or relate to others, he/she should be seen by a physician or mental health professional. People with suicidal thoughts or intent, or thoughts of harming others, need immediate attention.
Please let us be vigilant in as much we notice some certain changes or action from any of your family members or friends,
Don’t hesitate to take him/her to the nearest health professional hospital