Why I Beheaded My Aunt - Man Tells Police Why He Killed His Aunt In Cross River
Naijacrawl has earlier reported some weeks ago about a man that beheaded his aunt in Cross river, the man was paraded yesterday by the Cross River Police Command after he beheaded his aunt in Calabar South Local Government Area of the state.
The suspect, Christian Edem-Eyo,34, allegedly murdered Uduak Effiong Okpo, 65, and buried her head and the body separately on June 23.
Briefing newsmen on Tuesday, July 6, in Calabar, Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Sikiru Akande, said that the suspect would soon be charged to court accordingly.
The murder suspect told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that he killed Okpo because she belonged to the spiritual world.
"I killed Uduak Okpo because she belonged to the marine world. She was terrorising me spiritually in the compound," he said.
"She was making my manhood to rise spiritually, that was why I killed her," he added.
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