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Love Gone Sour Nigerian man accused of murdering Ugandan girlfriend in China

I Nigerian man has been accused of killing his Ugandan girlfriend in China.

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An unnamed Nigerian based in China has been accused of murdering his Ugandan girlfriend identified as Sherry Koko, reports Facts 256.

The online platform in that country posted the story on its Facebook page describing the man as being very violent and has an history of battering the woman who has a two months-old-baby.

Sherry Koko and her Nigerian boyfriend

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It was gathered that the man had allegedly pushed Koko through a window after a small misunderstanding after physically abusing her for a very long time, causing her death.

This is post as written by one Kamunguluze:

"According to her friends, this Nigerian man was very violent. She has been physically abused for a very long time. But she stayed with him bcoz of 'love'. Really? love. okey.

We have heard this stereotype so many times, mbu Nigerian men are better lovers as compared to Ugandan men, at the same time, those 'better lovers' are said to be very violent."

See the post here:

The post accusing a Nigerian of killing his lover

Photo Credit: FACTS 256

The two months-old baby Sherry Koko left behind

Photo Credit: FACTS 256

Recall that in November, 2014, a Nigerian man, Franklyn Emuobor, caused a stir in Uganda when he allegedly leaked the nude photos of a popular Ugandan female singer, Desire Luzinda, after their relationship went sour.

Read Here: "Jilted Lover: Nigerian Boyfriend Leaks Ugandan Singer Desire Luzinda’s Nude Photos"

According to Emuobor, he leaked the photos to teach the mother of one a lesson for her alleged promiscuity and vowed to destroy her completely after he claimed to be the one bankrolling her musical career but unknown to him, she had been serially cheating behind him and when he confronted her, she labelled him a Nigerian con man and reported him to the police, saying that he is into some fraudulent activities.

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