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Wages Of Sin Man develops mysterious stroke after raping wife’s niece

A man who repeatedly raped his wife's teenage sister has met a catastrophic nemesis when he suffered a mysterious stroke.

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Father who raped daughter now in prison


It was the call of Karma after a 34-year-old man Kingsley Agbini, suddenly developed a mysterious stroke after he allegedly raped his wife’s niece, identified as Comfort.

Guardian Newspaper reports that the sexual assault occurred at Agbini’s house at Agbarho community in the Ughelli North Local Government Area of the state.

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It was gathered that Agbini admitted that he raped his wife’s younger sister on December 12, 2016, after he was taken to a healing home and he was told to confess what he did or he would die from the stroke.

The aggrieved wife, Grace, 28, is said to have packed out of the house with their 10-month-old baby as a result of the act while he has been pleading with her to come back, claiming that strong temptation led him into the act.

“It was a temptation that made me rape the girl. I don’t understand how it happened. Please forgive me,” he was quoted as saying.

It was learnet that Agbini had consistently raped the 15-year-old girl without the knowledge of his wife but the trouble started for him after he defiled her in December of 2016.

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Unable to cope with the situation any longer, the victim was said to have some elderly people who disclosed the act to her sister and when she confronted her husband with the allegation, he instead allegedly threatened to kill her.

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