According to a popular news blog on Twitter @Instablog reported the news of kofoworo, the wife of Lagos socialite, Kayode Badru who died during deliverance in Lagos church has allegedly been attacked and apprehended by his family for conspiring with a pastor to burn her husband.
It is no longer news that the socialite lost his life on May 5, 2021, after he visited his Celestial church in Lagos, where he was asked to go on his knees by his reverend father for prayers.
During the prayer session, he was surrounded by seven elders of the church who were with a lighted candlestick before the disastrous incident happened. Many believed the fire occurred after the perfume they used for the prayers came in contact with the candles.
The younger brother of the deceased, Gbenga Badru filed a petition at the police station against the wife of his brother, for allegedly planning the death of her husband and stealing properties from their home the day he died.
The lady revealed she was arrested immediately after she stepped out of her house after the 41 day mourning period. She had to apply for bail the next day after she was forced to spend the night at the police station.
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