Sunday, 2 September 2012

Father Kills Ten Years old Son while Trying out Bullet Proof Charm

How does a father test the potency of a charm by risking his son's life? I guess that is a question Mr Adega will have to deal with for the rest of his life.
After acquiring bullet proof 'juju', a man, Ornguga Adega, of Agbatse village in Kwande local government area of Benue State, shot his only son dead  while conducting a gunshot test on the boy.

Sunday Vanguard gathered that the suspect, who was  immediately apprehended by men of the Benue State Police Command, is currently facing trial at a Makurdi Chief Magistrate Court.

According to the First Information Report, FIR, by the police, the suspect and father of the ten- year- old had, in August 2012, bought some charm from a native doctor with the belief that it was potent enough to prevent the penetration of bullets into his body.

He was said to have rubbed his 'bullet proof' cream on the body of his son in order to verify  its efficacy and potency in line with the instructions of the native doctor from whom he bought the charm.

According to the FIR,  Adega fired a shot with his single barrel gun on the right leg of his son following which the bullet shattered the leg and also penetrated through to the left leg.

The boy was said to have bled profusely but before his shocked and devastated father could get proper medical attention for him, the little boy bled to death.

When the case came up at the Makurdi Chief Magistrate Court, police prosecutor, Inspector Gabriel Egbonyi, said the accused was arrested at the process of investigating the cause of death of the young bo
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