See The Real Reason Why The River’s Woman Bath Her Husband In Hot Oil
The Rivers State woman, Favour Nweke, who saturated her husband, Ekelediri Nwokekoro, with hot groundnut oil in Okehi in Etche Local Government Area, Rivers state, has said what led to her action.
She stated this on Friday, October 13, 2023, while she was displayed before journalists during a media briefing at the Rivers State Police Command’s headquarters, Port Harcourt.
Favour Nweke having realized the heinousness of the crime had fled her home on Tuesday but was reportedly fished out from her hiding place by a vigilante group and turned in to the police on Thursday morning.
Favour Nweke denied the allegation from her husband that she had an extramarital affair.
She said, “He will go out, at about 2 o’clock in the night and will come back early in the morning. Sometimes he would go, and stay two or three days before coming back then I asked him where are you even going?
“So his friend called me and asked if I had heard what was on the ground, I said ‘What is that?’ He said my husband and some people were involved in one illegal act. He said they called somebody from Abuja that the person should come and work in Etche and that they have a contract to give to the person and when the person came they duped the person of N20 million.
“I said he didn’t tell me, that was hearing this for the first time, I said ‘No wonder this guy has been acting strange, planning on how to travel and go to one African country’.
“So when he came back, I grabbed him and said this is what I heard and I confronted him but he refused and we quarreled. We ended it that day. I then asked him what he did with his own share of the money. I heard some people bought land with their own, so what did you use your own to do?
“As we were dragging that issue that morning, he hit me, I ran into the kitchen with that oil and I poured it on him. That was how it happened.”
She continues, “I feel bad. Had I known that this thing would turn out like this I would not have done it to him. I will just go to my place and stay. I am begging for Nigerians, you people should forgive me”.
Here’s what the Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Emeka Nwonyi, said regarding this, “I can assure you that person has been arrested and she is here with us. And the law will catch up with her and anybody who tries to take the laws into their hands, and be made to face the necessary sanctions”.
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