Woman Hides Late Brother’s Skeleton In Wardrobe For Two Years In Anambra

Ngozi Aloefuna©  Daily SUN

Ngozi Aloefuna© Daily SUN

A food vendor in Anambra State, Ngozi Aloefuna, was discovered to have been in custody of the remains of her brother who reportedly died of mental illness some two years back. The corpse of Stephen Aloefuna, who was a footballer with Rangers International Club in the 1980s, was hidden in the family house for the past two years until it had decomposed to a skeleton. Daily SUN reports:

Residents of Amikwo Village, Awka South Local Government Area, where the incident happened, were benumbed by the shocking discovery, even as people accused Ngozi, the food vendor, of mischievously harvesting her brother’s body parts to cook the food she sells to the public in the market.

Daily Sun investigation revealed that the woman was a popular food vendor in Eke-Awka market. Eyewitnesses to the horror told our reporter that the remains of the young man had turned into a skeleton when it was discovered by one of his brothers, who pressed Ngozi to show him where the late Stephen was buried.

The man, stunned by the bizarre sight, raised the alarm that attracted neighbours to the room. The sight shocked the neighbours, as they never imagined that they had lived with a decomposing corpse for the past two years. While suspecting Ngozi of sinister motives, the villagers alleged that she was using her late brother’s parts to prepare food for her customers, as nothing could explain why she locked up his remains in a room for two years.

It was gathered that the bewildered neighbours descended on Ngozi, as they demanded explanation for such evil. Sources disclosed that Ngozi admitted that it was the skeleton of her brother, Stephen, who died of mental sickness. However, her failure to explain why she hid the corpse increased people’s speculation that she had something sinister rolled up her sleeves.

Read the rest on The SUN website here.

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