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Man flogs teacher to death for disciplining son in Nigeria



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A Nigerian father kills his child’s teacher for disciplining a student in Delta State.

The man who was upset with Sunday Onyisi Ufah, a teacher at Alihami Secondary School in Agbor, Ika North East Local Government Area, Delta State, is said to have flogged him to death.

It was discovered by Chronicle NG that the unfortunate event took place on Wednesday.

According to a source who spoke with Chronicle NG, the drama began when some pupils allegedly climbed the school gate in order to take and consume an elderly man’s palm wine. The elderly man then filed a report with the school administration.

“The students were identified right away, and as a kind of punishment, they were flogged.


“One of the student told his father about it. He then called the late teacher multiple times with threats after school. Afterwards, the parent visited the school. Following a protracted argument, the father flogged the late teacher, causing him to collapse.

“The teacher gave up the ghost before they got him to Agbor Central Hospital,” according to the source.

For many years, the late Ufah was regarded as a child evangelist, a Christian physics teacher, and a mentor who guided children to Christ.

Man flogs teacher to death for disciplining son in Nigeria

A Photo of the Late Sunday Onyisi Ufah who was flogged to death by the suspect

The student’s father had been taken into custody, according to DSP Bright Edafe, a spokesman for the Delta State Police Command who confirmed the incident to Chronicle NG.

“Yes, it’s true, the man involved has been arrested and is currently detained at the State Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation,” he continued.

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