Man Who Killed Wife During Sex For Rejecting His New Lovemaking Style Remanded In Ikoyi Prison

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Man Who Beat Wife To Death During Fight Over Sex Remanded In Ikoyi Prison

Lovemaking went ugly between 2 young couple in Igbo Elerin Ishashi area of Lagos  few weeks ago.

According to NAN, 31-year-old Godspower Johnson allegedly beat his wife to death during a fight over sex.

The prosecutor, Insp. Oladele Adebayo, told an Ebute Metta Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos on Friday that the defendant committed the offence on March 21, 2019 at 5.30p.m., at No. 28, Adekoye St., Igbo-Elerin, Ishashi.

Adebayo alleged that Johnson beat his wife, Deborah, aged 31, to death during a fight.

“The defendant wanted to make love to his wife, he inserted his two fingers into her private part, which didn’t go down well with the deceased.

“A fight ensued, leading the defendant to beat up his wife,” Adebayo told the court.

Chief Magistrate O.O. Olatunji thereafter ordered that Godspower be kept at the Ikoyi Prison, Lagos, for the next 30 days pending advice from the state Director of Public Prosecutions on the case.

The prosecutor said that murder contravened the provisions of Section 223 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.

NAN reports that Section 223 stipulates death sentence for the offence. Olatunji adjourned the case until June 7 for mention.

5 thoughts on “Man Who Killed Wife During Sex For Rejecting His New Lovemaking Style Remanded In Ikoyi Prison

  1. A bit confuse here who exactly gave details on what coursed the fight? i mean that of inserted TWO FINGERS? because the only person to give details is already dead. just saying 🤷‍♂️

  2. I’m sure the wife gave the details before she died, maybe she didn’t die on the spot. The man should be killed too, no mercy for him.

  3. @Keeping it real, the defendant must have told the police that he inserted the two fingers. I do not believe that is what happened. The defendant is not coming clean.

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