Sunday, 25 June 2017

Police Woman Pours Hot Water And Egusi Soup On Her Housemaid in Ebonyi State. See Why


A 15-year-old house help, Chinyere Igwe, is in deep pains after her maMrs Mrs. Okochi Joy Ugo who resides at Mile 50 layout, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State decided to punish her by pouring hot melon (Egusi) soup and boiling water on her body for not cooking the soup the way she (the madam) wanted it.

Chinyere told New Telegraph that she was adopted by her madam as a housemaid. She pointed out that her mother gave her out to the Okochi’s family because of her poor financial status.

“We are from the same village,” she said, adding that she had always been maltreated since she joined the family over two years ago.

"I am from Bende Local Government Area of Abia State, the same village with my madam. My father is late, while my mother is a poor farmer in our village. On that fateful day, my madam asked her own mother, who was staying with us in the house, to join me in cooking melon soup. But disagreement came up when my madam's mum insisted that I should cook the soup alone.

I agreed and started preparing the soup. I put oil and onions.. But the problem came when my madam came to the kitchen and wanted to alter the method I use regularly to cook melon soup. As for me, I believe the soup will be more delicious if the ground melon is mixed with water in a plate before pouring it into the pot. 

That was my usual method of cooking the soup. But this time around, my madam objected to this, insisting that, I should fry the melon instead, before pouring it into the pot, but I refused, as that wasn’t my method of cooking egusi soup. In anger, my madam came to the kitchen, carried the hot pot of soup and threw it at me. I dodged it but it landed on my back.

“When she threw the hot soup at me, a small portion fell on her leg and she rushed to the bathroom to pour cold water on it to avoid any burn. As if the punishment I received wasn’t enough, madam picked up an iron to hit me and ordered me to stool down. I refused to do this as my burnt upper back was hurting me so badly. 

She shouted at me and asked who the hell I was to oppose her orders. I begged for mercy. She didn’t listen to my pleas, instead of pardoning me, she rushed into her bedroom and brought out her official teargas, threatening to open it in my nose at close range and I started crying and begging for forgiveness. 

She dropped the teargas and rushed to the kitchen again to get hot water on the stove. She poured this on me. She ordered me to remove the cloth on my body. She earlier gave me the cloth as a gift. I removed it quickly to avoid further punishments.”

Chinyere added: “When madam’s husband came back from work, he also beat me up, slapping and kicking me. He did not know that his wife poured hot soup and boiling water on me earlier because it was in the night and there was no electricity. Later, he saw my back with serious injuries and asked who did that to me. 

I told him it was my madam. He asked me what happened and I told him that it was due to disagreement in the cooking method of egusi soup. My madam’s husband’s phone rang and he begged that he had to rush out to attend to something important apologising to me before leaving.

 He regretted beating me as he confessed that he didn’t know I had sustained such a big injury on my back. When madam’s husband left the house, she still continued punishing me. It was God that saved me from her hands that night."

In a chat with policewoman Okochi, she regretted inflicting such injuries on her housemaid.
“I didn’t know she was badly injured. This girl has been a problem to me ever since she came to my house two years ago, and I have made several efforts to send her back to her mother in the village but she wouldn’t agree to go,” she said.

Chinyere's injury got worse as it was not quickly treated. This prompted officials of the state’s Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development to storm Mrs Okochi Joy Ugo’s house to rescue Chinyere.

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