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Siblings Arraigned For The Murder Of Make Up Artist (Photo)




Following the death of a makeup artist identified as Ijeoma Nweke, two siblings suspected to be behind the act have been arrested and arraigned in court for the murder.



Ifezue Chiamaka and Ifezue Emeka were arraigned in court for the murder of the woman who was allegedly having an affair with her boyfriend.

The report was shared on Tiwtter by CoalCityCOnnect.

The report read; Today at the Enugu State Magistrate Courts, two siblings Ifezue Chiamaka and Ifezue Emeka were arraigned

According to the story,

Chiamaka and her brother killed Ijeoma for having an affair with her boyfriend

During the hearing, it was revealed that Chiamaka lured Ijeoma by inviting her for a make up job.

On getting there and suspecting foul play, Ijeoma quickly sent an SOS message to a friend, before forced to drink a poisoned substance.

The two siblings went on to pour substance said to be acid on the Ijeoma.

An eye witness who was also present in the court reveled that he witnessed as Emeka Ifezue poured acid on the body of Ijeoma after they dumped her corpse at Maryland axis of Enugu Metropolis.

Also present in court was the boyfriend who was willing to testify against the two siblings.

The case was adjoined to February 24th, 2021.



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