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Man Chains His Wife To A Pillar Because His Mistress Is Suffering Hardship

Mr Uche Chukwuanihas chained his wife, Ngozi, to a pillar inside their home at No 1 Ike street in Abakaliki.

Afterwards, Uche fled with the key to the padlock.

The couple’s daughter attempted to save her mother from her father’s beating, but the father hit her head with the same chain he used to restrain his wife.

Men of the Ekeaba Police division later rescued Mrs Chukwuani. Breaking the woman free took great efforts because the key was not available. They had to employ a welder to cut through the chains to free her.

Chained his wife

Mr. Saint Nchekwube Anakor, Special Assistant (SA) to the State Governor on Security and Utility, Capital City, disclosed the incident to Journalists in Abakaliki. He said the victim’s husband chained her for 18 hours before her rescue.

According to him, the couple is married with children. They are both from Enugu state.

Anakor said he invited a Welder to cut the chain and free the woman as the husband had fled with the key of the padlock.

He said policemen from Eke-aba division Abakaliki had visited the scene and were already investigating the matter. He assured that the man must be apprehended and made to face the law.

Anakor said: “This evening at no.1 Ike street, Mr Uche Chukwuani chained his wife to a pillar in their building and ran away with the key. Thanks to Ekeaba police whose timely response saved the situation.

“I had to send a welder that eventually cut the chain. One question kept on coming to my mind, what did this woman do to warrant being chained like a dog by her own husband. Does whatever transpired warrant such dehumanization?

“Most people act in ignorance. Nobody has the right to chain or tie any human being, because it is against the law.

“Presently, he is on the run, but I wonder how long he could run because we must catch him. I thank the residents of that area for giving us timely information.

“I advise people to be wary of their actions; ignorance is not an excuse in law.

“I am always on patrol till daybreak, expecting to hear from you. The neighborhood watch is in every part of the town to protect your areas. Reach out us for any challenges.”

Mrs Chukwuani said her husband had earlier threatened to deal with her because his mistress is suffering from untold hardship which she has no hand in.

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