Domestic Violence: Man Stabs Wife Several Times For Pouring Soup On Him in Rivers State
A mother of two identified as Sokari West was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband during a fight in their house in Buguma, Asari-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State over the purported refusal of the wife to prepare a meal for her husband.
According to Daily Sun, the 33-year-old woman had a quarrel with her husband, Ibisaki, a native of Minama community in the same local government area, over her alleged refusal to prepare a meal for the family, which later led to a fight.
Community sources said the victim had allegedly refused to prepare the meal as ordered by her husband on Saturday, and went out to celebrate her birthday with friends and returned late in the night.The sources further disclosed that the couple have had several marital crisis in the past which led to their separation, but they later reconciled after the intervention of their families.
Tonye David, a resident of the community where the incident occurred said, “What led to the fight was that, on Saturday, the husband told her to cook But she ignored his instruction and went out to celebrate her birthday. So, when she went home later in the evening, she met her husband eating the soup she refused to prepare. Already drunk, she tried to eat the food, but the man stopped her. She lifted the plate and poured the soup on the husband.
“Her action did not go well with her husband, who immediately stood up and started beating her. He picked a bottle he collected from her in the course of the fight, broke it and stabbed her on the lap. She fell down and was bleeding heavily. They rushed her to the health centre but there was no doctor to attend to her. They took her to a medicine store to stop the bleeding, but no one was there to attend to her. So, it was when they took her to the UPTH that a doctor, who examined her, confirmed that she was dead.”
The report had it that Ibisaki, on hearing that the victim might not survive the stabbing, submitted himself to the Buguma Police Station.
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