The news of the death of Charity Aiyedogbon, an Abuja-based business woman, who was declared missing on May 9, 2016, has been dispersed and greeted from divergent dimensions, even with a strong backlash.
A report had earlier claimed that the 42-year-old, mother of four, who is better known as Deepdeal Chacha Dehammer, was brutally killed few days before the commencement of a massive social media search campaign.
A Facebook post by a group, campaigning for Justice -#JusticeForCharity – claimed that Charity had foreseen her impending death as she left memoirs and clues that led to the event of her demise.
Following the narration (above) of her ordeal on Facebook in January, 2016, that led to her break up, the group alleged that her husband, David, might not have been unconnected to the string of events that led to her death.
In summary, the Facebook post claimed that her husband and her friend who were dating for three years planned to kill her, using charms and diabolical methods when she was having her third child.
It also alleged that she encountered a medical emergency that was strange to the doctors and it took quick intervention to save her and the baby through a caesarian section. She had even caught the husband planting some charm.
The fact that her Facebook account was deleted immediately after she allegedly announced her trip before she went missing, lent credence to the peculiarity of the story – how will a missing, presumably dead woman’s facebook account be deleted? And by whom?
Also, quite a number of well-wishers took to social media to vent their anger at the reluctant exhibition by her family members on the whereabouts of Charity.
Peeved by the unfolding development, ChaCha’s daughter, Juliet Aiyedogbon took to her facebook account to describe that the report is false insisting that her mother is still alive.
Juliet, her eldest daughter’s reaction came on the heels of photos of a decapitated and mutilated body of a woman believed to be that her mother.
She also claimed that they have evidence that proves that her mother is not dead as insinuated.In the since deleted post, she said that if anyone claims to have found the mother’s body, the person should bring the body to her for DNA test.
It is apparently shocking why Juliet, who is set to be married next month, July 9, 2016, will decide to delete her statement, if it is so true? And also, are the family members traumatized as she claims?
While the mystery surrounding the disappearance and reported death of Chacha keeps getting filled with twists and turns, an analysis was freshly unfolded.
Please read the attached statement of Chacha’s daughter, Juliet, claiming that they have evidence that the mother is alive and they are pursuing such evidence. She also said that if anyone claims to have found the mother’s body he should bring the body to her for DNA test. Let’s analyze that statement.(1) If you accept that your mother is missing and your family is busy searching for her, why couldn’t your family postpone your wedding until your mother is found so that she could attend your wedding? Why go ahead with wedding in two weeks time, knowing that possibly your mother will still not be found by then?(2) You spoke of your family and the police having evidence that your mother is alive and you are pursuing the evidence. What then is the condition of your mother now gathered from the evidence you have? Is your mother in captivity? Is she hiding? Is she sick or we’ll? Or is it that you really don’t know, all you know is that she must be alive somehow because she is indestructible?(3) By the way what nature of evidence do you have? At your father’s instigation, the police arrested 4 men over your mother’s disappearance, but they have all been released. Those men are: Mr. Udoh, (detained for less than one day) your mother’s lawyer, Mr. Rowland, a former employee of your mother (detained for a week), Mr. Kelven Berry, a former business associate (detained for one week) and Mr. Jo, your mother’s friend, (detained for 13 days). These men have all clearly shown they had no idea of what happened to your mother or her whereabouts. So what other evidence do you have or are you pursuing? Or are you now admitting that these men were never suspects but were all arrested out of vendetta and grudge your father bore against the be associating with your mother?(4) You asked us to bring your mother’s body for you a DNA test: how did you know that the killers had assumed that nobody would find the body? Otherwise, it will be odd for a child to identify her parents body only by DNA. If I see my mother’s body, I will not need a DNA test to recognize my own mother. Even one finger in my mother’s hand will be enough for me to tell it is my mother. So would most people. But the Aiyedogbon children would need DNA to identify their mother’s body when all that is missing is only the head. That statement actually implicates you in murder.(5) Obviously, when you say you are running around and searching for your mother, you are merely repeating your father’s lines. It is your father that is ravishly spending on your dream wedding. That’s quite an incentive to lie. But how do you feel knowing that as you walk down the Isle, your mother will be conspicuously absent?
I’m afraid, young lady, your argument doesn’t hold water. Indeed, it is an embarrassment to the human civilization.”