Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Woman Sets Husband, Self Ablaze Weeks After Wedding


Tragedy struck in the antiquated city of Kano on Monday when a recently married woman set her husband and herself on fire in Kano over alleged infidelity.

The woman was said to have lit a petrol keg in their No 54 Middle Road living arrangement in the Sabon Gari range of the city, which detonated, inundating herself and the husband.

The husband, who did not kick the bucket on the spot, was rushed to a close-by hospital for medicinal consideration where later passed on, subsequent to misery extreme consumes from the fire.

It was learnt that the woman, blamed her husband for disloyalty, soon after she heard a discussion of her husband with a unidentified woman via phone.

She allegedly got furious and lit a keg of petrol inside achieve, which in the long run detonated and inundated their home at around 12am on Tuesday.

An eyewitness revealed to our journalist that the spouse, who was copied to the point of being indistinguishable, passed on at the scene of the occurrence, while her husband likewise kicked the bucket at an undisclosed hospital, where he was hurried to in the wake of getting emergency treatment at Fortress Hospital at Sarki Yaki inside the city.

In any case, another observer, Mr. Emmanuel Okorie, who essentially recognized the late husband as Emeka, revealing that the couple hailed from Anambra State.

He said the late couple got hitched around five weeks back.

He said the woman whose pregnancy ought to be around seven - months - old, joined the husband in Kano three weeks after the fact.

Okorie, who couldn't build up, regardless of whether it was the claimed phone discussion that prompted the uncertain question, nonetheless, told our journalist that Emeka trusted in him that his mom forced the woman on him.

Whenever reached, representative for the Kano State Police Command, DSP Musa Magaji Majiya, said break criminologists from the Command had initiated an examination to unwind the reason for the debate.

Then, policemen from Nomansland Division had since kept the remaining parts of the couple at an undisclosed mutuary.

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