School owner’s 11 dogs mutilate toddler to death in Anambra

A 2 year old student from Global Growth Academy, Amokpo, Umuanunwa, Nteje, Anambra State, was treated to 11 dogs belonging to the school owner.

The owner of the school, Chef Chinedu Oka, has been informed that he is based in the UK.

A source in the community said the minor was recently enrolled in school by his parents from Anam, in the Anambra West local government area of ​​Anambra state.

“The kindergarten student had been taken to the owner’s compound by another student for a race, where around 11 dogs belonging to the owner, Chief Chinedu Oka, were being bred.

“It was one of the dogs who dragged the little boy to the other 10 who feasted on him to death, with no one in sight to save him.”

The source said vigilant youth from the community entered the compound owned by British company Oka and killed all the dogs.

Police from Oyi Division Headquarters in Nteje confirmed the incident, saying arrests had been made and those arrested were already helping their investigation.

Anambra State Command Police Public Relations Officer, Deputy Police Superintendent (DSP) Tochukwu Ikenga also confirmed the incident, assuring that the situation was under control.

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