A sympathizer, Shadrach Aondo Shadrach has narrated the various ill-treatments a Tiv widow, wife of late Samson Tersue Atov has been receiving from her father-in-law, Atov Emmanuel after the death of her husband in May this year.
According to a Facebook post by Chigozirim Silas, barely two weeks after the death of Samson, even before his burial, the father Atov Emmanuel demanded for the token of the savings account of the deceased.
The father of the deceased also estimated five hundred thousand (N500, 000) in total for food items that should be bought for the burial even though he could not “contribute a dime” when his son was in the hospital.
Samson’s father also called his colleagues and friends and demanded what the company have left for his family. He demanded a meeting for him and the manager and also instructed that the widow should not be in the know.
He demanded for late Samson’s laptop which was already way billed to your office in Port Harcourt for the company to retrieve valid office documents that were on the system.
Not convinced that it was truly way-billed to Port Harcourt, he insisted the grieving widow had hidden it to prevent him from having access to the deceased legacies. He also vowed that if the wife didn’t return the laptop, he will teach her a lesson.
The father also seized Samson’s two plots of land, demanded his alert sim car be released to him, which the wife had to travel at night to the village to deliver to him.
Last week, Emmanuel was in Port Harcourt to pack everything in the deceased house, and has also demanded for his two cars, a private and commercial car.
The father went with the deceased brothers to Port Harcourt and collected the vehicles, they were also ready to pack the furniture when someone identified as Terhile intervened.
Sadly, the son of the deceased, identified as Maxwell was knocked down by a car on his way from school which Shadrach noted would not have been the case if he was commuting with the private vehicle that has been seized by the deceased father.