The police in Enugu state have arrested a suspect for allegedly battling his lover.
According to preliminary investigation by the commander's public relation officer, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, who said in a statement on Thursday in Enugu state that the supposed couple, the Suspect and the victim were not legally married to each other ,they were just unmarried lovers, who had been cohabiting over the past three years, had three children, resides in Akuke Awkunanaw in Enugu metropolis.
Ndukwe said that the suspect was arrested on July 10, 2020 ,about 2.00 p.m following a petition from the Women Aid Collective (WACOL). The arrest is sequel to a petition received at Enugu Area Command Headquarters from WACOL.
WACOL alleged that the suspect committed the offence on June 23,2020, about 8.00 p.m following a misunderstanding with the victim.
According to Ndukwe, he said that the suspect poured hot water meant for the preparation of pap on his lovers chest .
He further to say that the suspect had charged to count and remanded in police custody awaiting trial.
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