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“Chukwumago Has Taken Away My World, My Peace And I Don’t Know What To Do” – 62-Year Old Woman Demands Justice For The Death Of Her Daughter


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An aggrieved 62-year old woman, Madam Stella Ubogwu, whose daughter allegedly died in her husband’s house, is demanding for justice.

In a chat with, Madam Stella said that her daughter was brought by her husband from London to  Enugu, where he allegedly killed her for money ritual. According to her, her daughter had traveled to London after her university education and had promised to take care of her, knowing how much she suffered over her and her siblings.

Soon, she called her to tell her about a man, Mr.Chukwumago, who proposed marriage to her but Madam Stella asked her daughter to discontinue their relationship.

Madam Stella explained that, because of what she told her daughter, Mr. Chukwumago made her daughter stop calling her for 12 years. Worried, Madam Stella tried to call some people in London to know the whereabouts of her daughter but nobody knew where she was.

Unknowing to Madam Stella, her daughter had come down to Enugu with Mr. Chukwumago and had bore him children without marriage or introduction of both families.

“Until 2016 when I was called that she was seriously ill. I wanted to know the nature of her illness but they did not explain to me. All I asked them was that I want to know when she came down to Nigeria and where she was staying in Enugu and when she became sick because I have not been hearing from her”, Madam Stella said.

The next time Madam Stella heard about her daughter, she was dead. Heartbroken by the news, she went to complain at a police station in Enugu and she was referred to the Commissioner of police, who noted it was a case of kidnap and murder, so, he demanded that Mr. Chukwumago was arrested.

When Mr. Chukwumago was apprehended, he explained that Madam Stella’s daughter was at the mortuary but he could only show the police and not the mother.

“On getting to the mortuary, the police saw the corpse and took photographs of her. but they have scraped her hair, cut one of her hands, they have removed her breasts and her private parts. When the police asked questions at the mortuary, the attendants said the husband came to sleep with the wife in the mortuary for three days”, Madam Stella explained.

After seeing the photographs of her late daughter, Madam Stella returned to her base in Delta to inform her family of the sad event. On getting back to Enugu to continue with the case of prosecuting Mr. Chukwumago, Madam Stella realised that he had been released.

When she confronted the police, they begged her to let go of the case and allow her late daughter to be buried. When she refused and demanded to see the corpse of her daughter, so as to be taken to her family house in Delta, the police resorted to harassment.

“The police said, I’m a stubborn mother. They said, is my daughter the first to die the way she died? That I should allow them bury the girl and forget about drawing case,” Madam Stella explained.

Realising that many of the policemen in Enugu have compromised on the case, Madam Stella decided to see a lawyer in Lagos, who promised that the case would be taken care of, but there’s been no result.

“Since then, we’ve been looking for this young man and the five children my daughter have for them. I can’t even see them. They’ve been hiding the children away from me”, Madam Stella said.

When Mr. Chukwumago’s father, who is one of the elders in a Deeper Life church in Enugu, was troubled about the death of Madam Stella’s daughter, he brought 12 elders from his church to appeal to her and also told her that his son wants to come and pay his late wife’s dowry.

Madam Stella has refused to accept the dowry but some of her family members are insisting that it should be paid since her late daughter had children for Mr. Chukwumago’s family.

“So, I am crying out to Nigerians, begging people to help me because, up till today, whether my daughter has been buried or still in the mortuary, we don’t know. And we learnt that he refused to embalm the body so that the marks of cutting on it will not be discovered. I have been on this case for three years, that’s why I’m crying out to Nigerians. I want this five children so that they wont be used the way their mother was used”, She said.

Watch her share her full story here

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  1. Vicky Deni Faleye

    Vicky Deni Faleye

    January 7, 2019 at 7:32 am

    Jesus Christ! This just drained every strength in me 😥

  2. Luciann Ogbodo

    Luciann Ogbodo

    January 7, 2019 at 8:10 am

    God…..things are happening

  3. Joseph Eddie

    Joseph Eddie

    January 7, 2019 at 8:15 am

    Oh my God
    Things are happening in this world.

    No more peace

  4. Ifeacho Uchechi

    Ifeacho Uchechi

    January 7, 2019 at 8:18 am

    My God

  5. Omotoyossie Arogundade

    Omotoyossie Arogundade

    January 7, 2019 at 8:18 am

    Hmm…. This life ehn

  6. Evangel Oby Ornguga

    Evangel Oby Ornguga

    January 7, 2019 at 8:19 am

    What a world.. May God punish the devil and his agents

  7. Benny Nchee Egwu

    Benny Nchee Egwu

    January 7, 2019 at 8:26 am

    My fellow women oooo….it’s not a do or die oooo….if u notice any unusual act….find ur way ooo.oh my God….chaiii..😭😭

  8. Obakpororo Agbaire

    Obakpororo Agbaire

    January 7, 2019 at 8:32 am


  9. Chinwe Nwokike Ikoh

    Chinwe Nwokike Ikoh

    January 7, 2019 at 8:38 am

    WONDERS shall never end!what’s all these nonsense oioo

  10. Ifeoma Michelle Akano

    Ifeoma Michelle Akano

    January 7, 2019 at 8:41 am

    Ritual things… No other explanation for such idiocy.

  11. Vesta Uyi Arakpogun

    Vesta Uyi Arakpogun

    January 7, 2019 at 9:02 am

    All to be married, Nigerian women don’t learn

  12. Anyanwu Goodness Ziony

    Anyanwu Goodness Ziony

    January 7, 2019 at 9:31 am

    The story is disheartening. But I pray she finds justice and her grandchildren be given to her.
    That devil will die a mysterious death

  13. Kofoworola-Akinbohun Olubunmi Gladys

    Kofoworola-Akinbohun Olubunmi Gladys

    January 7, 2019 at 9:31 am


  14. Jaynifa Jaynie

    Jaynifa Jaynie

    January 7, 2019 at 9:42 am

    Hmmmmnm the things that happen daily makes me wonder the kind of world we are living in

  15. Suleiman Abike Shakeerat

    Suleiman Abike Shakeerat

    January 7, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    Hmmmm! What a wicked world we live in today. Really short of words.

  16. Chinenye Imo

    Chinenye Imo

    January 7, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    God have mercy.

  17. Olabisi Dairo

    Olabisi Dairo

    January 7, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Sad! Very sad😢😢

  18. Anjoorin Oluwatomilola

    Anjoorin Oluwatomilola

    January 7, 2019 at 7:25 pm


  19. Judith Nkiruka Asonye

    Judith Nkiruka Asonye

    January 7, 2019 at 9:27 pm

    Such a pity😠! Story so touching! Like I would always day all that glitters is not gold .

  20. Nkiru Pamela David

    Nkiru Pamela David

    January 8, 2019 at 6:47 am

    This thing called money !!! Has turned a lot of people demons!!! God forbid that people who have the love of that money spirit crosses my path or my family’s in Jesus name amen

  21. Agumadu Cynthia Sandra

    Agumadu Cynthia Sandra

    January 8, 2019 at 1:12 pm

    God have mercy 😧😧😧let’s be careful of who we want to spend the rest of our life with 🙏🙌please let ur family make a complete investigation, know what ur spouse does ,what pays him,how much he earns and the nature of business he does ,don’t get butchered by a man because of quest for money, large lifestyle, and lust ,watch ur sides ,and know ur worth ,is quit bigger than dying ,may God help u ma and
    Expose all supporting such devilish act Amen

  22. Okoro Racheal

    Okoro Racheal

    January 8, 2019 at 1:48 pm

    Signs of the end time

  23. Blessing Tor

    Blessing Tor

    January 9, 2019 at 6:49 am

    Unbelievable 😱😱

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