A lady has been reported to alledgly set her boyfriend's house ablaze in Markudi, the capital city of Benue State, Nigeria over a little misunderstanding they had the previous night. She was said to had packed all her belongings out of the house leaving the boyfriend's properties behind before putting the whole building on fire and ran away.
The boyfriend had left early hour of today been the 21th day of April 2021 before the incident. According to igbere TV and the eye w ittness, one Mr. Igila Fanem Philip, the duo had a little domestic misunderstanding the previous night of Tuesday, 20th day of April 2021. This happened in the Achusah area of Markudi, Benue State.
The lady in question was later apprehended on her way while she was trying to escape to an unknown destination by the local vigilante group of the area with the help of neighbours arround. The affected boyfriend had expressed his bad feelings toward the ugly incident, says he never knew the girlfriend would have such evil mind to destroy the property he suffered to put in place for a very long period of time. He as well questioned what happened to the love they had for each other.
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