Woman stripped on Aguleri street agrees she had extra-marital sexual adventure
The woman accused of causing the death of her husband because of her infidelity at Aguleri in Anambra East local government area of Anambra State has admitted that she had extra-marital sexual adventure with another man, Vanguard reported.
She however said her infidelity may not be the possible cause of her husband’s death.
A viral video of Mrs. Ajueze Obiorah was circulated, causing so much outcry and condemnation for the ‘jungle justice’ that was depicted.
The video showed her stripped and paraded in her village where people believed that her infidelity led to her husband’s death because it is a taboo in the area.
The woman was quoted to have said: “After I had warned the man to leave my room before my husband would come back, he pleaded with me to allow him to ‘release just once in-between my legs’, which he eventually lured me into doing, after pestering me for a very long time. And after that, he left.
“It was after this that that my husband fell sick, and was taken to various herbalists, who all said the cause of his problem was from his family; while one herbalist said that he was poisoned.”
She, however, acknowledged that she made a mistake by not telling her husband about the sexual advances made by the said man, adding that her husband’s kinsmen threatened to take her to the shrine to swear that she was not dating the man, which she said she agreed to do.
She said that at the said shrine, instead of allowing the process, the people started forcing her to confess and accept that she was dating the man, to avoid them beating her to death, adding that after much pressure, she unwillingly acceded out of compulsion.
She added that when they came out from the shrine, women of the village grabbed her and stripped her, while people surrounded and started molesting and making videos of her, which were eventually posted on various social media platforms.
Obiorah has said that she would no longer wish to remain in the eight-year-old marriage, especially as the only child the marriage produced had died. She added that the kinsmen of her late husband also forced her to make a covenant that she would never remarry, which she refused to accept, adding that as a hairdresser, she would prefer to relocate to somewhere to continue her hairdressing business.
However, the Anambra State Police Command stepped into the matter with the arrest of seven persons suspected to be the brains behind the woman’s ordeal. Among those in the police net is a 44 –year old native doctor, who falsely accused the woman of infidelity, which, he claimed, led to her husband’s death when he made love to her.
In fact, it was the story told by the native doctor that made the villagers to strip and drag her along the road on a broad daylight in the community.
In the words of the Anambra State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Mr. Tochukwu Ikenga, those behind the dastardly act were identified during the study of the video by a special squad of the police who watched the viral video after the incident.
In addition to the native doctor, others arrested were Udalor Egwuatu Nnalue (46), the deceased brother, Godwin Ezechukwu (42), Nonso Ezechukwu (20), Philomena Onyekwe (27) and Chineyere Mmachi (32 years).
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