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Man Stabbed By Wife’s Lesbian Partner In Onitsha, Anambra State, Buried Amid Celebrations By Friends

A man identified as Ikechukwu, popularly known as Ayaaya, who was killed by a lady alleged to be the lesbian partner of his wife, has been buried in Onitsha, Anambra State.

Ikechukwu was stabbed to death in early August by a lady suspected to be his wife’s lesbian partner, after he allegedly caught both of them in bed in his house.

But another version of the story said the deceased had stopped the relationship between his wife and her lesbian partner, a development which irked the partner, causing her to always torment the family, including seizing money given to her lover’s househelp to buy items.

The source noted that on the fateful day, she seized money from the house help, which was meant for fuel.

Unable to withstand the humiliation, Ikechukwu was said to have charged to the home of the wife’s lesbian partner, and warned her seriously, but she dared him, and when an argument ensued, she stabbed him with a knife, leading to his death.

Sources which confirmed the burial of the deceased in Onitsha at the weekend said: “It was like a big celebration. I think he is a member of a cult group. His cult members carried his casket on their shoulder from Boromeo Hospital back to his home at Inland town, while the ambulance hired to carry him was driving empty behind them.

“His friends were shooting in the air and gyrating. Even the casket in which he was buried was customized with the logo of the cult he belonged.”

A video of the burial which showed the burial procession showed that his friends bade him goodbye, while hailing him.

First published in Daily Post

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