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Police arrest lady for killing 83-year-old husband in Abia



One Mrs Rose Uwaga has been arrested by Abia State police command for allegedly strangling her 83-year-old husband, Alhaji Isa Uwaga, to loss of life in Umuahia. It was gathered that the 2 aged couple had a disagreement, which degenerated into fisticuffs at their residence at Ohobo-Afara Umuahia.

A resident of the realm mentioned on situation of anonymity: “Through the battle, the person allegedly grabbed a machete to scare the spouse however the lady reportedly overpowered him.

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 The machete fell off his hand and the girl, who is big, pinned him down by the neck and strangled him to loss of life.”

One other account had it that the deceased might need slumped and died “out of exhaustion after his quarrel together with his spouse.”

“Is it doable for a lady of about 73 years to muster the power to strangulate a person?” a good friend to the household additionally questioned. It was additionally gathered that the relations of the deceased rallied spherical to bury him shortly after his loss of life, in accordance with Islamic ceremony, earlier than one in all Uwaga’s youngsters, Ibeabuchi, reportedly alerted the police.

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The suspect, who was mentioned to have instantly gone into hiding, was later arrested and detained by the police.

The Public Relations Officer of the command, SP Geoffrey Ogbonnaya, who confirmed the arrest of the girl, yesterday, in Umuahia mentioned Ibeabuchi reported the matter to the police about midday on Thursday, July 2.

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He mentioned the case had been transferred to the State Legal Investigation Division for correct investigation. He additionally mentioned the stays of the deceased had been deposited on the morgue “for doable post-mortem.”

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