Six Siblings Who Died of Food Poisoning, Buried In Anambra Amid Tears


Tears flowed endlessly in Ekwulumili, Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State over the weekend as six children of same parents who died of food poisoning were buried.

Chukwuebuka, 17; Chinemerem, 15; Afomachukwu, 13; Chekwubechukwu, 11; Onyekachukwu, 9 and Chukwuziterem, 7 died in mysterious circumstances on July 15, 2016 after eating lunch. Their parents believe they died of suspected food poisoning.


Parents of the deceased children, Apostle and Mrs. Oramalu were able to comport themselves during the burial which was officiated by members of the Brotherhood of Cross and Star.

The officiating priest, Bishop Michael Anene in his sermon pronounced a curse on the perpetrators of “the dastardly act”. He said that someone must have been behind the death of the children and that whoever did it should expect the grave consequences of his or her action.

He cited several portions of the Bible to buttress his pronouncement, saying “woe betide the killers of the children and it would have been better the person was not born than to have committed the act.”