- A woman whose husband chained her to a pillar for 10 hours has been rescued from her ordeal
- Ngozi Chukwuani was chained to a pillar by her husband, identified as Uche, who ran away with the key to the padlock after the evil act
- Neighbours claim the man also hit his daughter in the head with the chain while she was trying to stop him from beating her mother
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A woman in Nigeria, Ngozi Chukwuani, who was chained to a pillar for 10 hours by her husband, has been rescued.
The husband, identified as Uche, fled with the key of the padlock after chaining his wife to the pillar.
According to neighbours, Ngozi's husband beat their daughter in the head with the chain while she attempted to restrain him from beating her mother. The woman was said to have been rescued by men of the local police division.
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Nchekwube Saints Anakor, the Nigerian special assistant to Governor David Umahi on security and utility, condemned the incident. He instructed a welder to remove the chain from Ngozi ankle and assured her that the suspect would be arrested and prosecuted.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman has taken to social media to share how an off-duty police officer saved her life. Charmain Dineo Diny revealed she was approached by thugs who wanted to rob her. In her post, she revealed she had valuables - including a phone and laptop - with her.
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She started off her post:
"This police officer appeared from nowhere rescued me today on top of that he was off duty but managed to come through where they blocked my way, I thought of giving it all to them so that they do not hurt me."
"I was holding my laptop, iPhone Xr and R3 000 to purchase prescribed books for my studies."
She said when officer Mashele Nelson approached, the men ran away. The cop then took her home to make sure she was safe. South Africans applauded the cop for going the extra mile to make sure Diny was safe.
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