A newlywed woman who was identified as Fatima Aliyu has been reportedly burnt to death by her husband’s first wife. The first wife who was identified as Amina Aliyu was said to have beaten her co-wife badly, lock her inside the house, and set it ablaze.
A family source who pleaded for anonymity said; “They were not living in the same house but the first wife went to her house which is not far from hers and beat her up before locking her up in the room which she set ablaze,”
The incident was reported to the local police and they immediately arrived at the scene of the crime to find Fati Aliyu laying dead in her pool of blood inside her parlor with part of her body burnt. The Police Public Relations Officer in the State, DSP Wasiu Abiodun revealed that;
Delsu Student Drowns In Beach
It was gathered that the incident occurred at Voustapin Beach, Abraka. The deceased who was just identified as divine is a 200L student in the Department of Chemistry, Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka. An eye witness disclosed that;
Gunmen Killers Zamfara Poly Workers
TWO employees of the Federal Polytechnic, Kaura-Namoda in Zamfara State, who were identified as Usman Nazifi, 37; and Bashiru Muhammad, 39, were shot dead in their resident at federal low coat Laura.
According to resident of the area, Alhaji Ibrahim, he narrated that the Gunmen tried to rob him in his apartment but he screamed and called for help. He also disclosed that the gunmen hid in uncompleted buildings after their failed attempts.
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