She shared photos of the widow lying outside after the house was locked with a large padlock.
He took to Facebook on Sunday March 27 to ask for support from human rights activists to seek justice for the poor woman.
“Another injustice against my widowed aunt!!!
This is blood. My father’s younger sister. The husband’s funeral took place yesterday and that night his property was evicted from her husband’s house.
Everything has been stripped, everything !!!. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and she has nothing to wear. She will sleep like this. His properties were locked in the second photo. This house was built with my aunt’s money!!!
Help my aunt with contacts who can help.
I am from Nanka town, Ifite village. Their family name is Ezemmuo. I am ready to give any necessary information ” Chioma Scholamaria Ugochukwu wrote on her Facebook page.
In similar news, a A grieving widow is suing an undertaker after claiming she spent 27 years mourning her husband at the wrong grave after his ashes were secretly turned over to his estranged mother.
After Kieron Kenny died in 1989, aged 43, his widow Kathleen Walsham stipulated that his ashes be scattered in a rest garden near their east London home rather than be buried in a jar.
Ms Walsham claims it would have been in line with her husband’s wishes, as he was ‘very claustrophobic and afraid of the dark’ and wanted to be ‘released’.
Over the next 27 years, Mrs Walsham and her three children visited the Garden of Rest in East London Cemetery, West Ham, on Father’s Day, birthdays and other occasions to pay their respects .
But in 2016 they were shocked to learn that Mr Kenny’s ashes had in fact been given to his mother, Iris Garbutt, and buried in a grave in Essex.