Horror As Woman Kills Her Husband To Marry Former Lover In Kebbi State

A Nigerian woman has found herself in serious trouble after killing her husband in order to marry her ex-lover. 

 The woman, Mrs. Auta Dogo Singe, who is now in Police net, reportedly killed her husband, Mr. Abdulahi Shaho, in cold blood in order to be free to marry her lover, Idris Garba. A report by PM Express reports that the incident happened at Bagudo Local Government Area of Kebbi State. It was gathered that the woman,

Mrs. Singe, conspired with Garba Hassan and Sahabi Garba at Sabon Gari village, Illo District area of Bagudo, to kill her husband, Abdullahi Shaho, for her to go back to her  former lover. This was disclosed by the Kebbi State Commissioner of Police after the Police carried out thorough investigation over the suspicious death of her late husband. 

During a press briefing at the Kebbi State Police Command Headquarters in Birnin Kebbi, the Commissioner of Police, Garba Muhammed Danjuma, said the woman’s former lover was Idris Garba, a resident of Tugar Bature village at Illo District area of the Local Government. CP Garba explained that the housewife and the two men she conspired with to commit the crime have been arrested, adding that they will soon appear in Court for the dastardly act.

 The Police Commissioner also disclosed that Yahuza Ibrahim of Gotomo village in Argungu, Murtala Abdullahi, Malam Nasiru and Dansilami, who were at large, forcefully entered the residence of Adamu Yaro with dangerous weapons at Kalgo area of the state and robbed him of his Haojue motorcycle valued at N253,000 and other valuables. 

According to him, “the SARS and Operation Puff Adder personnel attached to Kalgo Division commenced an investigation and subsequently all the suspects were arrested at their hideouts.” The suspects were said to have made confessional statements over their roles and will be charged for conspiracy and murder before the Court. 


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