Infidelity: Man Kills Wife, Commit Suicide In Cross River

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By Archibong Jeremiah

A man whose identity is yet to be established has committed suicide in Bashua community, Boki Local Government Area of Cross River State.

According to Martmercy Busaosowo, the man committed suicide after allegedly killing his wife and that he hails from neighbouring Akwa Ibom State.

She went on to disclose that, “She was killed by her husband early hours of this morning (Monday 28 September, 2020) because he had that his wife has been sleeping around.”

His lifeless body and that of his wife was found by residents of the community.

Lifeless body of his wife whose identity is yet to be confirmed.
Lifeless body of the unidentified man.

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