Ondo woman connived with boyfriend to indulge in an evil act.
By Ozoro | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Sometimes, what we hear in our contemporary society is usually what should not be heard. Why would an ex-girlfriend arrange the death of her former boyfriend. Her reason for this evil act was to raise some amount of money by killing the former boyfriend and also sell his motorcycle. The whole idea was to get settled with the new boyfriend by doing marriage. Ironically, it was his new boyfriend that she contracted to do this evil act. According to punchng.com on 19th July, 2020, Iyabo Julius allegedly connived with her lover to kill her ex lover and collected his motorcycle. Adebayo Sunday who is her lover agreed and it ended that the life of Suleuman Azeez was cut short. This deadly act happen in the Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo state. The suspects confessed to the crime base on police investigation. What a wicked world! Why would you kill a man you rejected as boyfriend and sell his motorcycle to raise money to get married to your new boyfriend? God will judge. We like to know your thoughts about this issue. Make your comment and share this post.
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