Photos: A Lady Was Accused Of Being A Witch, Flogged And Striped In Abia

An alleged witch who reportedly owned up to her evil secret deeds in Amuda Isuochi, Abia state, was reportedly stripped and flogged by the visibly angry villagers, who also excommunicated her from the community.

Facebook user, Peace Sampson who disclosed that the alleged witch reportedly killed her mother, further disclosed that the lady also killed another woman with four children. Here’s what she wrote;

This woman is a witch from Amuda Isuochi who has been killing people, she also killed my mother bt now she killed another wmn with four children, her secret opened up. Glory be to CHUKWU OKIKIE ABIA AMA PURU IME IHIE NILE
This is coming after one Mr. Esau Ihemeje,a block moulder and farmer who hails from Ndiolumbe, Nvosi in Isiala Ngwa South Local Government of Abia State was attacked at his residence around 4am in 2017 by some acclaimed vigilante members over alleged witchcraft.

According to reports,he was in front of his compound around 4:00am; one Chisom Agbara led some other men into his compound. He demanded to know why they came at that time to his place, and they told him that they were vigilante members.

He asked them whether it was in his compound they were deployed to watch over that day. He told them that if there was anything like vigilante group, that all members of the community should be made to be aware through a town crier.

According to him,it was not just one family (NWAGBARA FAMILY) that should form such a group in the community.They accused him of witchcraft activities, and questioned why he should be out by 4am in front of his compound.

As they were still talking,one of them by name Monday Nwankpa held him and was assisted by Chijioke Igbodiegwu Agbara, Chisom Agbara, Ibe Agbara, Uchendu Agbara, Chisom Marcus Ihemeje. They carried him to another compound and threatened to deal with him.



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