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Newlywed wife hacks her Husband of 4-days to death because she had headache

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An Indian woman, who killed her husband with a sickle just four days after their wedding, has allegedly blamed the murder on suffering a ‘painful headache’.

The 23-year-old newly bride, Sinki Devi reportedly attacked new husband Ravindra Singh, 30, in their bedroom in the early hours of Wednesday, slashing him with the sickle before cutting his throat.

The incident took place in the village of Mukimpur, in the north-eastern Indian state of Bihar which borders Nepal.

The newlyweds had gone to bed, reportedly without quarrel, on Tuesday evening, with Mr Singh’s screams waking up his mother Bhagwati Kunwar at around 1am.

Mrs Kunwar told police she had spent ten minutes frantically banging the door, after which Devi let her in.

Mrs Kunwar says she found her son lying in a pool of blood, and called for help from family members and neighbours who rushed the bleeding man to hospital.

Mr Singh was declared dead upon arrival at hospital, and Devi was arrested and charged with her husband’s homicide on Wednesday morning.

A police spokesperson said that the newlywed appeared ‘extremely calm’ despite her partner’s gory demise.

According to police, Devi said she had killed her husband because she was suffering from a ‘very painful’ headache in the night.

Both newlyweds had been married before and Devi has a young daughter from a previous relationship.

The investigation continues.

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Husband allegedly beats wife to death with belt

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A man identified as Laiko Osuri, has been arrested for allegedly beating his wife, Beryl Adhiambo Ouma, to death with a belt.

The unfortunate incident happened at their Kahawa Sukari home, Nairobi, Kenya.

According to neighbours who spoke to a local daily, the couple fought a lot but explained that they were the usual “husband and wife quarrels”.

On the fateful day, the deceased reportedly screamed for help for hours but nobody came to her aid.

Her father, Douglas Ouma said that his late daughter, Beryl Adhiambo Ouma, sent him a “Please Call Me” text on Wednesday night. But he tried to reach her, no one came to the phone.

“My daughter sent me a ‘Please call me’ but I was asleep so I did not hear the phone,” he is quoted by the daily.

Mr Osuri would later call him back and inform him that he and Adhiambo had had an argument.

Confirming the details was Ruiru divisional police commander James Ng’etich who noted that the suspect who is already in custody had admitted to assaulting the deceased using a belt.

 

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Wrong Giving Can Make You Poor — Reno Omokri 

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Reno Omokri in his Nugget on Friday corrected the popular notion that giving can never make you poor.

The ex- aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan said that wrong giving can actually make one poor. Read below…

“It is a lie that no one has become poor by giving. Giving can make you rich, depending on who you give to.

For instance, you can never be poor if you give to God, your parents and the poor.

However, there are very many men who became poor by giving to girlfriends. A man has no obligation to look after his girlfriend.” He wrote.

Giving money to a girl you sleep with makes her more appropriately a prostitute, not a ‘friend’ #RenosNuggets

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Polls: Beware of Voodoo Dollars in Circulation, EFCC Warns Nigerians

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…Takes Campaign to BDC Operators

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, on Thursday, February 21, 2019 took its sensitization campaign to Bureaux de Change, BDC operators at the Wuse Zone 4 Office in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

The EFCC team, which was led by ADC Aisha Larai Musa, Head, EFCC’s Creative Communications Unit, used the opportunity to warn the BDC operators on the dangerous trend of an influx of fake Dollar notes now in circulation.

Advising the operators to be at alert, Musa, urged them to be cautious because “as the electioneering period peaks, you are now a soft target for money laundering and circulation of fake dollar notes”.

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