See what a husband did to his wife

Category: Gongo Nso | Posted date: 2020-04-25 20:42:04 | Updated date: 2020-04-25 20:43:02 | Posted by: Mercy-Babs News

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As people around were trying to rescue and rush me to hospital, he came out again from nowhere with cutlass and started to hit me. He also beat those who were trying to rescue me with the flat side of the cutlass

See what a husband did to his wife

Adeola and Monisola 

A woman has explained how she was seriously assaulted by her husband in Ibulesoro community in Ifedore Local Government Area of Ondo State. The woman, Monisola Adelua said her commercial motorcyclist husband hit her on the head with 9 inches concrete bock severally and subsequently inflicted deep cuts on her with cutlass.

Speaking in pain with Babatunde Bamigboye (Omo Edema), the mother of two said she had packed out of her husband house about two times over overwhelming battery from her him.
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According to Monisola, “My husband’s name is Adeola Oniya. Both of us are from Ibulesoro and we got married 17 years ago. I had once packed out of his house after we had our first born when he almost killed me over trivial issues. He would beat me black and blue. But his parents came to plead with me to return to his house.

“When I returned, I noticed positive change in him for a while, but when I got pregnant of our 2nd baby, he began to beat me again. I remained there enduring him.”

Monisola said when she could not endure the battery anymore she finally left the house with her children about a year ago and started to live alone somewhere in the community. She added that after a while Adeola came to tell her he was going to take custody of their children which she agreed.

“Sometimes he would bring our children to me on weekends and take them back Sunday evenings. At times, I would meet him inside my room sleeping and when I ask why he would say he did not want the children to stay in the room a alone while I was yet to return from work.

“On Tuesday night April 14, 2020, I was inside the room watching film around 9pm when he came around. I was shocked to see him. He said he wanted to discuss an issue and I said it was already late. Moreover, the government just declared curfew in the state over Covid-19 in which there is restriction of movement as from 7pm. He said he was going to sleep in my place and I said no.
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“When I said no, his countenance fearfully changed. He said he was going to killed me. I said I secured this accommodation by myself to avoid your problems. This is how he started to beat me again. He hit me severally on my head with 9 inches concrete block.

“As people around were trying to rescue and rush me to hospital, he came out again from nowhere with cutlass and started to hit me. He also beat those who were trying to rescue me with the flat side of the cutlass.” She explained.

Omolabake Adelua, one of the wife’s sisters also sustained a deep cut of cutlass on her leg from Adola. She said it was their mother who came to call her from her own house to come and rescue her sister. She said she was surprised when her sister’s husband did not want to recognize anybody as he assaulted all of them.

“He also pursued my mother with class, but for God who saved her”, Omolabake said.

Confirming the incident, the husband’s sister, Margret said she was asleep when they came to knock on her door that night to come and witness what her brother had done to her wife.

Margret said she fainted when she met the wife of her brother in the pool of blood.

“I fainted. It was a terrible thing. We rushed Monisola to a private hospital in Akure where they asked us to make initial deposit of ₦50,000. They later referred us to State Specialist Hospital Akure”, Margaret said.

The sister of the husband who said the heavy quarrels often among the couple could have contributed to the untimely death of their mother, said since his brother had wrecked the inhuman havoc nobody knew his whereabouts and he had switched off his phone number.

Adeola Oniya took to his heels since the incident.

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