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The Niger State Police Command has arrested a 14-year-old wife from Lifari Village in the Mashegu Local Government Area of the state for allegedly killing her 40-year-old husband, Isiaka Usman.

The suspect, Aisha Isah, and her late husband, Usman, were said to have been married for only five months before the sad incident occurred.

According to report, the teenage wife had been complaining of hunger and maltreatment since she started living with Usman, who already had two wives.

Isah told newsmen on Tuesday that her late husband failed to provide for her for two days, and still slapped her when she complained to him, hence her action.

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“And when I confronted him, he slapped me and out of anger, I hit him on the forehead with a pestle and he collapsed and died,” she explained.

She further added, “My husband had the habit of not giving us money for food and each time we (the wives) confront him, he would tell us to go to our parents’ home and eat. He never cared about us; he beat us every time we demanded money for food.”

Asked if the other wife was at home at the time of the incident, she stated that she was alone with the husband when the disagreement occured.

“My mate was not around; it was only me and my late husband that were in the house at the time of the incident. I picked a pestle and hit him, he fell on the ground and I ran to my mother’s house at Kahigu Village in Mashegu council,” Isah said.

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Isah said she never intended to kill her husband and also pleaded for forgiveness.

“I am sorry for what happened, it is the devil’s work and I pray my parents will forgive me; I never knew that he would die,I regretted all my actions,” she stated.

The police spokesman, Bala Elkana, explained that the victim died at Mashegu Hospital where he was taken for treatment.

He added that the suspect would nevertheless be prosecuted as a child offender.

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