Woman kills husband by squeezing manhood, *Wife sleeps with husband younger brother * My wife sleeps with our landlord, man tells court
Men of the Edo State Police Command have arrested a middle-aged woman identified as Eki Ekhator for allegedly killing her husband by squeezing his manhood.
The incident was said to have happened at Ukhiri community in Ikpoba-Okha local government area.
Sources said the woman had a quarrel with her late husband after accusing him of infidelity.
She was said to have always had fracas with her husband any time he returned home late.
On that fateful day, the source said the deceased slapped his wife after a fracas and the woman went for his trousers and held onto his manhood in a violent manner.
The man was said to have collapsed and later confirmed dead at the hospital.
It was learnt that men of the Homicide department in the Edo state police command are currently investigating the murder.
Sources at the police headquarters said the suspect has blamed the incident on the devil.
Police spokesman, DSP Chidi Nwabuzor, could not be reached for comments.
My wife sleeps with my younger brother, man tells court
An Ibadan-based businessman, Mr Saheed Eniola, on Wednesday told a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan that his wife, Kafayat, was caught at different times sleeping with his younger brother.
He said that the alleged romance with his brother had caused disharmony in his extended family.
Saheed made the allegation while responding to a divorce suit filed by his wife before the court presided over by Chief Ademola Odunade.
He said that he had doubts that the two children produced by his wife belonged to him.
“The real reason I consented to Kafayat’s request for dissolution of our marriage is that she is evil and has torn my extended family apart because of her waywardness.
“Anytime I went on my business trip, family members, especially my dad, usually caught Kafayat sleeping with my immediate younger brother; despite his warning, Kafayat kept luring my brother into unholy romance.
“My father has threatened to disown me if I don’t send her away.
“Despite the problem, I have never failed to be responsible to the two children except that I no longer live with Kafayat,” he told the court.
“Saheed added that his wife repeated cursed him, thereby causing him a setbacks.
“I have pleaded with Kafayat to give me the custody of the children, but she would not listen; she might mislead them,” Saheed said.
Earlier, Kafayat told the court that her husband was irresponsible.
“We stopped living together since 12 years ago, and Saheed does not make any provision for our children.
“In fact, the second child cannot recognise him either as a father or anything because she had never sighted him.
“Though he requested to take charge of the first child, I refused to give him because he would not send him to school.
“Even when the child was dying of sickness in the University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan, Saheed did nothing about it, though I told him,” Kafayat said.
She, however, did not respond to the allegation of sleeping with her brother-in-law.
In his ruling, Odunade directed the duo to bring their relatives and their two children in court.
He adjourned the case until Dec. 17 for judgment, urging that they should maintain the peace.
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My wife sleeps with our landlord, man tells court
An Ibadan-based truck driver, Azeez Hakeem, on Tuesday, told an Ile-Tuntun Customary Court in Ibadan that his wife, Mufuli, was fond of sleeping with their landlord.
Hakeem, who lives at Popo Yemoja area of Ibadan, stated this while reacting to his wife’s allegation of battery before Chief Henry Agbaje, the President of the court.
He said that while his wife, Mufuli, was pregnant with their second child, their landlord claimed the pregnancy was his.
“After the child was born, he came to my parents’ house, insisting on being the one to name the child.
“We resolved this issue, but she still didn’t desist from her promiscuous attitude.
“She’s usually not concerned about the children’s dinner, as she returns home very late, with the excuse of going to pray in the mosque.
“Even after she left the house, I still rented her another apartment and took care of the kids,” he said.
Hakeem told the court that his younger brother once called him on phone to inform him of his wife’s newfound lover.
“I confirmed this to be true when I went to her house, but I did nothing about it,” he said.
Earlier, the plaintiff had informed the court that her husband was in the habit of beating her, even in front of the children.
Mufuli claimed that the serial beating forced her to leave her matrimonial home.
“I refused to leave him against the advice of our family members and friends, choosing rather to endure the battery because I didn’t want to remarry.
“However, when the beating became unbearable, I left the house in 2016. I started dating another man last year, and when he found out, he came again to beat him up,” she told the court.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the president of the court advised the couple to resolve their differences for the sake of their children.
He, however, adjourned the case till Dec. 9 for feedback.