Infidelity: Man kills wife in Benue, woman kills husband in Lagos

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Samson Folarin and Afeez Hanafi Two homes met fatal ends in the Gboko area of Benue State, and Oto-Awori area of Lagos State, on Sunday, after two spouses took the law into their own hands to protest against their partners’ alleged acts of infidelity. In the Adekaa community, Gboko, 33-year-old Joshua Terkaa-Uhir, allegedly stabbed his […]
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