Woman Roasts Ex-Lover For Leaving Her

This is pure madness. How can a woman be so jealous, to the extent of setting her estranged lover ablaze?

According to Osayi's family members, the two ex-lovers who had two children together, had a dispute and she was said to have invited him for settlement.

However, when he went to her house to find a way to settle the disagreement, she was said to have petrol on him and set him on fire. He later died from the burns the next day at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, (UBTH).

Another family member informed that Esohe had vowed that if she could not have Peter, then no woman would have him, and she actually carried out her threat.

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