Friday, May 15, 2020

Photos: Woman Batters Fiance's Son With Log Of Wood, Dips His Hand In Hot Water And Pepper

It is no doubt that women often find it very difficult to accept children of their spouses, married or not married.

Photos: Woman Batters Fiance's Son With Log Of Wood, Dips His Hand In Hot Water And Pepper

Sometimes, it is out of jealousy, a feeling that they are not hers, some feel the child/children might be sharing the man's love with them. This are few out of numerous reasons.

Photos: Woman Batters Fiance's Son With Log Of Wood, Dips His Hand In Hot Water And Pepper

A young boy who fall victim of this circumstance was left battered by his father's wife-to-be who use a log of wood on him in Anambra.

Photos: Woman Batters Fiance's Son With Log Of Wood, Dips His Hand In Hot Water And Pepper

As in her inhumane treatment was not enough, she went ahead to dipped the victim's hand in hot water, put pepper on the burnt hand and then locked him up in a room.

Photos: Woman Batters Fiance's Son With Log Of Wood, Dips His Hand In Hot Water And Pepper

A facebook user identified as Uzoamaka Nwokolo who shared the story on Facebook, further reveal that neighbours rescued the boy and rushed him to the hospital.

Uzoamaka Nwokolo wrote;

NOTOCHILDABUSE

# STOPTHEHATE

# CHOSELOVE

So a random lady walked into the hospital ward and burst into tears at the sight of what another lady did to a child....now that is a heart that cares.

Children are such a precious gift...
It's certain that It's not everyone that appreciates good things little wonder after God said love your neighbour as you love yourself ;God took it further to say Love your neighbour as Christ love the church because some people don't even love themselves.

So this is what a prospective step mother did to the prospective step son today in Anambra state . After hitting him all over his body with the log of wood, she dipped his hand into a hot water and afterwards spread Cameroun pepper on it and locked him up in the room even with a rectal bleeding.

Thank God for neighbours who came to the child's rescue.

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