Angry wife has poisoned her Husband who is the Chief Imam of a Mosque in Borno
According to the Borno State Police Command, Fatima Abubakar, 25, a housewife, was detained for allegedly using poison to kill her husband, Goni Abbah.
The suspect was detained on October 19 in Anguwan Doki, according to Mr. Abdu Umar, the state commissioner of police, who made this information public to the News Agency of Nigeria in Maiduguri, the state’s capital.
The victim, who was the local area’s Chief Imam, was returning from a mosque when the suspect, who was his second wife, reportedly poisoned his food, according to Umar.
He said that he started to feel uneasy as soon as Abbah started eating.
He said that the victim received prompt medical assistance before being sent to the State Specialist Hospital, where he eventually passed away.
After the victim’s family reported the event to the GRA Police Station, the police chief allegedly sent out officers from the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department to apprehend the suspect.
When the police arrived at the site, according to Umar, they noticed a huge group of angry youngsters who had invaded the victim’s home with the goal of lynching the suspect.
However, he said that the police managed to stabilise the situation.
The police commissioner observed that the suspect admitted to the crime in her statement, stating she purchased the poison from the market after deciding to murder her spouse.
Before she would be charged, he claimed that the matter had been reported to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions as culpable murder.
The suspect, Abubakar, told NAN that she killed her husband because she was sick of the marriage after being displayed at the command headquarters.
I never wanted to get married, she declared.
I divorced my first spouse because I despise marriage, and Goni was my second husband.
“I get angry every time I wake up remembering that I am married.
I eventually had to rush to my parents and beg that the marriage cease, but they constantly sent me back and pleaded with me to wait.
“At some point, two months after giving birth to my child, I fled and spent around two weeks sleeping in an unfinished structure.
I went back to my husband’s place later.
Not that he treats me poorly; we don’t argue either.
I am his second wife, and we have been married since 2021. There are two of us in the home.
But I simply detest any approach from a male.
“I’m not sure exactly what’s wrong with me.
In spite of the fact that I am speaking to you right now, I don’t actually believe I murdered him.