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NEWS UPDATE: Manslaughter: Prophetess, one other sentenced life imprisonment in Port Harcourt

NEWS UPDATE: Manslaughter: Prophetess, one other sentenced life imprisonment in Port Harcourt

A Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, has indicted and condemned two ladies, Onyema Bright and Edna Worleru to life detainment for the passing of one Isreal Georgewill.

Edna Worleru, a prophetess with a congregation in Rumuche people group in Emohua Local Government Area of the state was accounted for to have arranged a harmful substance for the sake of “adoration segment” for Onyema Bright Worlu to direct on her “manfriend”, late Israel Georgewill, who was a prophet in one more church inside the community.

The murder case was initiated in 2012.

But the preliminary Judge, Justice Adolphus Enebeli in his judgment on Thursday, seen the two blamed people as blameworthy for manslaughter.

Justice Enebeli decided that the arraignment had the option to demonstrate their case and that the assertion of the main litigant, Bright Worlu at the police headquarters, was voluntary.

She had expressed at the station that she controlled the “affection segment” to her “manfriend” as was ready by her prophetess, who is the second respondent in the matter with the end goal of monetary help however never realized it would end up causing his death.

The judge, subsequent to considering the real factors introduced by the gatherings, sentenced the denounced to life detainment without a choice of fine.

Speaking to columnists outside the court, Principal Prosecution State Counsel, Chidi Ekah, portrayed the judgment as “not just equity for the perished and his family yet additionally for the state and Nigeria at large”.

However, guidance to the primary respondent, Chukwu Vincent pledged to advance the judgement.


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