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Fury Of A Woman Bank manager arrested for destroying estranged husband's company

A woman who led thugs to destroy her husband's property has been charged to court.

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A demolished property play

A demolished property

(Vanguard)

An angry female bank manager identified as Blessing Okpoko, has been arrested alongside 12 suspected thugs, including three Air force officers, she paid to bring down her estranged husband's furniture company located at Ajao Estate area of Lagos State.

Blessing who has been arraigned before an Isolo Magistrates’ Court, allegedly mobilised the miscreants to demolish her husband, Ifeanyi's factory, tearing down the factory while the hoodlums made away with property and an undisclosed sum of money.

According to reports, Ifeanyi and Blessing had been at loggerheads over issues of infidelity and adultery, for quite sometime and she had dragged him to a Lagos High Court seeking for the annulment of their 13-year-old marriage that had produced three daughters.

She also urged the court to share the property they acquired while they were married but while the case is still pending, she decided to take the laws into her hands and led the gang to demolish the factory known as Multicraft Interior located at 14, Alhaji Lukeman Atobajeun Street, Ajao Estate, with property worth millions of naira destroyed during the illegal demolition exercise.

It was while the demolition was going on that Ifeanyi contacted the police who swooped on the scene and arrested her and her gang, but by then, the damage had been done.

But the bitter bank manager, however, told the court that the land on which the factory was located belonged to her as she had genuine papers and demolition documents obtained from the state government, to show that she was the true owner of the land.

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