Brother alleged to be killer of man who came home after 9 years in Malaysia

Brother alleged to be killer of man who came home after 9 years in Malaysia

Legit.ng recently reported the incident of a man who was killed nine years after his return to Nigeria from Malaysia. The man whose name is Arthur Eze was assassinated in his own home. He has been mourned by many of his friends and one of them has even gone ahead to reveal another dark secret.

This grieving friend named Emeka Augustine alleged that Arthur Eze was killed by his own blood brother whose name is Onyedikachi Alhaji Uchendu also known as Collins. According to Emeka, this sibling committed this act because of envy.

Emeka who was pained by this seemingly genuine discovery said that Collins had been caught committing the assassination by a woman. According to him, the woman saw him kill his brother through a tinted glass.

It was also revealed that Collins had been the one contracted to build the house owned by Arthur Eze. According to Emeka, the blood brother became jealous that his sibling owned a house, hence, he killed him.

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In his post, Emeka went on to reveal the picture of the man said to have killed his blood brother Arthur Eze. See the content below:

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Many reactions have trailed this revelation. See some below:

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Recently, a man alleged that his elder brother wants him dead. According to this individual, his sibling and two other cultists attacked him at his house and damaged some properties.

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