A person has been arrested after he stoned 7 months pregnant spouse to loss of life on Christmas day in Eliozu, Obio-Akpor Native authorities space of Rivers State. A center aged man recognized as, Amos Ogbo is now cooling off his heels in detention over the alleged killing of his 7 months pregnant spouse on Christmas day. In keeping with eyewitness accounts, the lady died of inside bleeding after her husband, Ogbo pelted a stone on her ribs when she tried to flee from a battle.
The eyewitness stated Ogbo, who was inebriated on Christmas day, began with beating his spouse earlier than utilizing the stone. The eyewitness narrated, “Neighbours have been making an attempt to separate them however the man refused to cease. When the lady tried to run away, the person stoned his spouse and the lady fell. Instantly, she began loosing breath. By the point they acquired to the hospital, she had died.”
Spokesman of the Rivers State Police Command, DSP Nnamdi Omoni who stated the stone utilized by the person has been stored as an exhibit, added that the suspect has been transferred to the State CID. DSP Omoni disclosed that, “The Commissioner of Police has ordered investigation into the matter. The murder division are on it. The great factor is that the person has not denied the incident however he’s claiming that he doesn’t know what came to visit him.”
In keeping with Day by day Submit, Amos Ogbo who rides tricycle, popularly known as Keke round Eliozu in Port Harcourt, has three kids together with his late spouse. He instructed newsmen on the Police Command, saying, “I didn’t know that the stone will kill her. When the factor occurred, I used to be making an attempt to hold her however she was too heavy and no person got here to assist me. I needed to take her to the hospital when she fell however as I attempted to face, they’ll slap me and hit me with issues. By the point we ultimately acquired to the hospital she had died. I don’t know what occurred to me. I didn’t know what to do. I used to be begging my spouse to not go away me.”