Woman rescued after being chained to pillar for 10 hours by her husband

Woman rescued after being chained to pillar for 10 hours by her husband

- A woman who was chained to a pillar for ten hours by her husband in Enugu has been rescued

- Ngozi Chukwuani was chained to a pillar by her husband identified as Uche, who ran away with the padlock key after the evil act

- Neighbours said the suspect hit his daughter's head with the chain while she was trying to stop him from beating her mother

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A woman in Ebonyi state, Ngozi Chukwuani, who was chained to a pillar for ten hours by her husband has been rescued.

The husband identified as Uche fled with the padlock key after chaining his wife, Nigerian Tribune reports.

Legit.ng gathers that the couple reside at Number 1 Ike street in Abakaliki, the state capital.

Woman rescued after being chained to pillar for 10 hours by her husband

Neighbours said the suspect hit his daughter's head with the chain while she was trying to stop him from beating her mother. Photo credit: Nigerian Tribune
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According to neighbours, Ngozi's husband hit their daughter’s head with the chain while she was trying to stop him from beating her mother.

The woman was said to have been rescued by men of the Ekeaba police division.

Nchekwube Saints Anakor, the special assistant to Governor David Umahi on security and utility, the capital city, condemned the incident.

He instructed a welder to remove the chains from Ngozi and assured that the suspect would soon be arrested and prosecuted.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Temitope Ariwolo, the Nigerian lady who was falsely accused of attempted murder and theft by her Lebanese employer, was received by the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP).

The disclosure was made by the director-general of NAPTIP, Dame Julie Okah-Donli, who expressed appreciation to everyone who made Temitope's return possible.

Recall that Temitope was falsely accused by her employer of stealing $5,000 and threatening to kill him.

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In other news, a courageous young woman has shocked social media after proposing marriage to the love of her life in public in a video that is fast going viral.

In the video, the lady actually went on her knee as a man would normally do to a lady.

It is reported that the two have been long time lovers but were yet to take their relationship to the next level by tying the knot.

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