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Man Sets Fire On Side Chick, Husband For Refusing To Marry Him




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The Adamawa State Police has apprehended a man named Ibrahim Muhammadu for reportedly setting a new bride and her husband on fire for refusing to marry him.

Naija News understands that the suspect, who is an Indigene of Gadawaliwol in Jabbi Lamba, Girei Local Government Area, hired someone to set fire to the couple earlier in the week, September 6, barely two weeks after their wedding.

The woman reportedly died from the severe burns while the groom is still undergoing treatment, the Nation reports.

Reports have it that Muhammed who is married with four children had spent about N150, 000 on the deceased after she agreed to marry him.


However, she later refused to marry him after collecting the money.

She got married to another man who is currently fighting for his life at the hospital.

Three Men Defile Lady They Met On Facebook

Three suspects have been arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court on Friday in Lagos for drugging and defiling a lady they met on Facebook.


Naija News understands that the three suspects Jerry Ikechukwu, 28; Bright Umeh, 45, and Patrick Amajuoye, 52 were arraigned on charges of conspiracy, rape, stealing, unlawful possession of stolen items, causing the breach of peace and receiving stolen items.

The prosecution Counsel, Inspector Olusegun Oke, told the court that the accused carried out the crime on July 12 at 35, Fadunsi St., Oke-Ira, Ogba, Lagos.

The prosecutor said the victim met on of the suspect Ikechukwu on Facebook and on getting to his place he offered her orange juice which he had earlier spiked with Super Apeti drug (a sleeping tablet) into the victim’s juice.


After taking the drink she later slept off.

Speaking further, Oke said that the victim was raped and her Canon 18i Tecno, valued at N150,000, was stolen.

Magistrate M. C. Ayinde, who refused to take the plea of the defendants ordered that they should be remanded in Kirikiri Correctional Centre until Sept. 26, for legal advice from the Lagos State Director of Public Prosecutions

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