Breaking News – A Widow and 3 Daughters Die of Food Poisoning in Imo State

Breaking News – In Imo State, community of Umueze, Egbelu Nguru, in Ngor Okpala Local Government Area, whrere there was a report concering a widow, Mrs. Gladys Nwosu and her three daughters died after a meal of okro soup and eba. Also, the deceased’s two daughters, who also ate the food, are now lying ill at the Ngor Okpala General Hospital.

Online Dailys  gathered information that  the late Mrs. Nwosu and her five children woke up on Friday morning and started their daily chores, when suddenly the children complained of stomach ache.  Sources said that the late Mrs. Nwosu had rushed the children, who were already writhing in pain to the Cherubim and Seraphim Church, fearing that they may be under demonic attack.

A Widow and 3 daughters die of food poisoning in Imo State

But the condition became worse, they where rushed to Ngor Okpala General Hospital in Imo State, where they were confirmed dead.

An Hours later, the deceased widow began to shout that her stomach was on fire and was rushed to the same hospital by neighbors. She also died at the hospital. It was gathered that the deceased children are Chinelo Nwosu, a 23-year-old final year student of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Amaka Nwosu, a primary school pupil and Ijeoma Nwosu, who just finished secondary education.

The two other children now on admission at Umuneke General Hospital, are Njideka Nwosu 18-year-old and Chidera Nwosu 20-year-old.  Mr. Patrick Okere,  a kinsman  of the deceased, who expressed deep shock  over the tragedy, confirmed that the deceased initially took the children to her church for prayers, thinking that it was a demonic attack.

He stated that while at the church, the situation got worse and the children were taken to the general hospital where they were confirmed dead of food poisoning by the medical doctor. Meanwhile, when Saturday Sun visited, the compound of the deceased was deserted.

A Widow and 3 daughters die of food poisoning in Imo State

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