In Delta Man murders wife's lover in anger

Ochuko Ajekpemevor stabbed his wife's lover after making her take him to his residence with a knife hidden in an under wear.

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A man named Ochuko Ajekpemevor, has reportedly murdered his wife's lover over a matter relating to promiscuity.

According to The Nations News, his wife, Rose and the deceased had been involved in a romantic relationship long before her marriage to him.

Upon the discovery of the extra marital affair between the pair, the aggrieved husband reportedly beat her up and insisted that she takes him to the man's house.

After getting to the residence of the deceased, Ochuko removed a knife which he had hidden in his under wear and stabbed the lover on his chest.

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He soon fled the scene of the incident after the consequence of his actions had dawned on him.

In a statement released by the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer , Celestina Kalu, the body of the deceased has been deposited at the Warri Central Hospital.

She said, “one Clement Ituke of No.8 Udoko Street, Ugborikoko, Effurun, reported that at about 1600hrs of the day, one Ochuko Ajekpemevor and his wife, Rose Ajekpemevor, came into his house and the wife pointed hand on his son and her said her husband, Ochuko Ajekpemevor, brought out knife and stabbed his son on his chest and ran away."

“The victim was rushed to lnland Hospital Ugborikoko immediately where he gave up the ghost."

"Meanwhile, detectives visited the scene, photographs taken and the corpse deposited at Warri Central Hospital’s morgue for autopsy while effort is on going to trace and arrest the fleeing suspect." 

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