Photos Quality: Google Man Beats His Wife To Death Over ₦2000 Loan One Mr Christopher has been arrested in Edo State by men of the Nigeria Police over the alleged killing of his wife. Photos Credit: Naija News Reports gathered that the 45-year-old man pounced on his wife, Mrs Isoken Christopher after she refused him a loan of ₦2000.
A man who goes by the name, Christopher has allegedly beaten his wife, Mrs Isoken Christopher to death, over refusing to grant her the sum of two thousand Naira (N2,000) loan. The incident, which was reported to occur on Saturday night at No.1, Agbontaen Street, beside Ebvareke Secondary School, off Agboniro Street, Uselu quarters, Benin, Edo State.
A 45 year old man, Mr. Christopher has been arrested by the Edo State Police command on Saturday evening for allegedly beating up his wife, Mrs Isoken Christopher to death because she didn't give him a loan of 2,000 naira on time. According to the report gathered, Mr Christopher was about to run from his crime when he was apprehended by the police.
During the weekend, a 45-year-old man identified as Christopher allegedly beat and killed his wife on Saturday night over minor argument. Mr. Christopher was reported to have beaten his wife till she died over allegations that the late wife refused to loan her husband (Christopher) 2000 Naira which he earlier called and demanded from his wife.
Police in Edo state has arrested a man identified only as Christopher for allegedly murdering his wife, Mrs. Isoken Christopher, for allegedly refusing to give him a N2,000 loan. According to The Nation, the 45-year-old suspect, who is described as a chain smoker and drunk by the eldest of his three children, Augustine, beat the businesswoman to death on Saturday night, June 26 at their home, which is located at No.
A young man named Christopher age 45 years old has allegedly beat his wife Mrs Isoken Christopher to death in Benin City Edo State. Photo Credit :Google It was gathered that Mr Christopher returned home at night and started beating the wife, Mrs Isoken a mother of three, because she refused to give him the loan of N2,000 he requested from her.