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Thursday, February 2, 2023

Herbalist dies in hotel while sleeping with pastor’s wife in Ekiti

A middle-aged herbalist, Fadayomi Kebinde, has reportedly slumped and died after a marathon affair with his female partner at a hotel in Ikere, Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti State.

According to reports, the herbalist, popularly known as Ejiogbe, died after a sex romp with the woman, who was said to be a wife of a pastor in a white garment church in the Ikere area of the state, on Monday, January 2, 2023.

The pastor’s wife was, as reported, spiritually laced with thunderbolt, referred to as “Magun” (don’t climb her chest) in Yoruba language, leading to the native doctor’s death.

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“The woman raised the alarm after realising that the man collapsed, the manager of the hotel and some residents raced to the scene and immediately rushed the man to a nearby hospital where he was confirmed dead.”

When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Ekiti state, ASP Sunday Abutu confirmed the incident.

Abutu who revealed that investigations had commenced on the circumstances leading to the death of the man, however, added that the woman has been arrested by the police.

“Yes, we can confirm the death of the man in one of the hotels at Ikere-Ekiti on Monday. His corpse has been retrieved and deposited at the morgue.

“Let me quickly tell you that the woman in question is with us already as we commence investigations to unravel the cause or otherwise of the man’s death,” the PPRO said.

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In a related development, a Sharia in Magajin Gari, Kaduna on Tuesday dissolved the union between Muhammad Abdulganiyu and Ma’arufat Ibrahim.

Delivering a ruling, the Judge, Malam Rilwan Kyaudai said the marriage was dissolved after all efforts to reconcile the couple by the court and their guardians failed.

He ordered Ibrahim to return N20,000 paid as dowry.

“She will also return the marriage suitcases she received and contents with the exception of the ones she has also sown.

“She will not return the cell phone as requested by the complainant but she will return the silver rings she received from him”, he held.

Earlier, Abdulganiyu in his petition alleged that his wife left their matrimonial home without any altercation.

“I tried my best to provide for her, but she and her mother do not appreciate my efforts and we’ve been married barely three months.

“If she’s not interested in the marriage anymore, she should pay me all I spent during the wedding and return the phone and silver rings I gave her”, he said.

On her part, the defendant said she left because her husband does not provide food for her.

She said that he had told her that his mother pushed him into marrying her.

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