Friday, July 31, 2015

Bayelsa Man Commits Suicide Over Wife’s Alleged Infidelity

A man in Yenogoa, Bayelsa state committed suicide over his wife’s alleged infidelity.
The deceased, who has two children, reportedly drank an insecticide called Sniper, after finding out the news, Vanguard reports.
According to the report, an eyewitness stated:
On Monday, the husband went to fetch vegetable in large quantities for his wife to sell. After harvesting the vegetable, the husband told the wife to return home after market to prepare dinner for the family.

“However, the dead husband became worried and suspicious at about 7p.m. when the wife did not return as instructed and went in search of her at his in-law’s house.
“At the mother in-law’s house, he was told she had gone to the father’s place at Ayama. At Ayama, a concerned friend took him to the home of his wife’s lover, where he caught them in bed.”
According to him, the wife’s lover, a suspected cultist in the area, had threatened to deal with the aggrieved husband who for fear of his life, hid himself in an uncompleted building before going home to drink the deadly substance after locking out his two children.

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