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Tragedy As Wounded Snake Attacks, Kills Man At Enugu House Of Assembly Complex



Tragedy struck at the Enugu state House of Assembly complex on Tuesday, November 3 as an unidentified manual labourer died after he was bitten by a snake.



The Punch reports that the labourer, said to be a native of Abakiliki in Ebonyi state was contracted to cut grasses at the complex.

He was hired alongside his colleagues from “Ogbo Mmanu”, a popular hub for manual labourers in Enugu, to clear the thick grasses that had taken over the Assembly complex.

As they were executing the job, they saw a big snake and tried to kill it, inflicting a deep wound on its head.

According to an eyewitness, who refused to be mentioned, the labourers thought they had succeeded in killing the snake and returned to work but unfortunately, the wounded serpent, which had been lying still as if dead suddenly attacked the victim and bit him on the ankle.

His colleagues finally succeeded in killing the serpent and rushed him to Parklane General Hospital in Enugu.

He was relocated to a herbal home in the Ugwuaji area of Enugu, after his condition failed to improve at the general hospital.

It was learnt that he died a few hours after he was brought to the herbal home.

Report has it that the the management of the House of Assembly wanted to cover up the incident.

Ebere Amaraizu, the police public relations officer, Enugu state police command, confirmed the incident.

The remains of the deceased has been reportedly taken by his kinsmen to his country home in Abakiliki for burial.

Snake bites can be deadly if not treated quickly. A snake head can keep biting for up to an hour after being decapitated. Last month, over 50 people were bitten by snakes fleeing flooded areas in Kanam, Kanke and other communities in Plateau state.

In September, a mild drama played out at the Ota High court premises in Ogun state, as a mysterious snake forced a judge to release 7 detained journalists.

Source: Naij

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  1. Muhammad Nda Aliyu

    November 8, 2015 at 9:49 am

    The Snake must be a Biafrian, the I. G. should take note.

    • sir Francis.o.Aronu

      November 8, 2015 at 10:07 pm

      Muhammad, one day that biafra you will be begging to travel to it just to see your daily bread and have a peaceful life b/c the rot of God is about to desend on you Nigerian moslems (blood suckers) amen.

  2. just ok

    November 1, 2016 at 7:36 pm

    Helloooo…. abi am d only one dat noticed d date of d incidence…. or is diz news post dated…????

  3. just ok

    November 1, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    No picture evidence, wrong date…. are u guys making up these news or what…? I tire for nigerian information site o

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