Anambra lady stripped for ‘killing husband with multiple sex’ | Dailytrust

Anambra lady stripped for ‘killing husband with multiple sex’

An Anambra lady has been accused of killing her husband. Based on reports gathered, the lady was accused of killing her husband with ‘sex overdose’.

Luckily for the young lady, she escaped jungle justice as she was rescued by operatives of State Police Command.

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However, before her rescue, she was stripped by a mob when they learnt that she allegedly forced the husband to have multiple sexual rounds with her, which resulted in his death.

The incident came to public glare after a trending video surfaced online where the lady was being accused of causing the death of her husband by ‘giving him an overdose sex’.

The State Police Command spokesman, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, confirmed the incident. He further said that a suspect was arrested in relation to the inhuman treatment of the woman.

According to him, the command is studying the video with the aim of identifying more suspects and bringing them to justice.

He said, “The Anambra State Police Operatives on Friday 12/3/2022 at about 12:07 pm, rescued a female victim from an angry mob in Aguleri.

“The rescue was as a result of a report from a trending video where a lady was publicly molested and assaulted on an alleged incident of causing the death of her late husband.”

The Commissioner of Police, CP Echeng Echeng, while describing the act as barbaric, stated that one suspect had been taken into police custody and ordered an immediate study of the video with the aim to identify the suspects, arrest and bring them to book.

“The victim was rescued and she is currently receiving medical care in the hospital.”

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