A 25-year old pregnant lady, identified as Oyinye Chime, allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death in Anambra because he told her to abort the pregnancy.
The police in Anambra state have arrested Chime, for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Eleyi Azubuike, to death at his home in Ochiagha street in Nkpor, an area in the state on Wednesday, September 2.
The spokesperson of the state police command, Muhammed Haruna, who disclosed this to newsmen, said the police received a report of the alleged murder and immediately visited the scene on Wednesday.
According to report the deceased allegedly impregnated the suspect and wanted an abortion which she declined and demanded some money for her upkeep.
The deceased boyfriend refused to give her the money for her upkeep, and this eventually led to an heated argument between the couple.
The fight resulted in the boyfriend being stabbed to death.
According to Haruna, police detectives attached to Ogidi Division led by the DPO CSP Ekuri Remigius visited the scene and rushed the victim who was found in a pool of his blood to Iyi Enu Mission hospital Ogidi, for medical attention, where he was certified dead by the medical doctor on arrival.
He said a careful observation on the deceased body revealed a stab wound on his chest while a blood-stained Kitchen knife was also recovered at the scene as Exhibit.
The spokesperson stated that the case is under investigation to unravel the circumstances surrounding the incident.
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