The rate of crime in our environment is getting out of hand, and it will take only a matter of time before it starts affecting the whole nation at large. And the most painful part is that our Nigerian police fails to be upright and strong in their duties, as they usually give room to social vices in the society.
But today, I will be talking more about a mentally challenged woman who allegedly stabbed a 14-year old boy to death. The story seems very awkward and weird, as most people can not find the reason why this lady committed such action.
According to the Linda ikeji blog, it was revealed that the incident took place in Yenega, as the lady allegedly attacked an innocent boy with a knife. Most people were however forced to flee from the scene, as they all confirmed that she was mentally ill.
But going through Facebook today, a Nigerian man who goes by the name "Romeo Trust". Is however calling out to the public to not to listen to the media, as he was of the opinion that the woman is not mentally ill.
In his words, he wrote in quote "This morning this woman stab 14 years boy to death in front of me,, we rush him to hospital but he didn't survive. They said she is mad but later found out she is not. We don't why she did this kind of terrible thing to an innocent boy. it happened at Genesis street okaka yenagoa"
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News source: Linda Ikeji Official Website (Link Below)
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