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Ramadan: Man beats pregnant wife over meal in Ibadan

THE Oyo State Police Command has launched an investigation into the alleged assault on his pregnant wife by Taofeek Gbolagade.

The guy is claimed to have attacked his wife in the early hours of Tuesday at their home in Ibadan’s Ogbere Housing Estate.

Gbolagade was said to have assaulted his pregnant wife over Sahur, the pre-dawn meal consumed by Muslims in preparation for fasting during Ramadan.

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It was discovered that the food had not been cooked on time. Some said that this was not the reason the guy hit his wife.

The man reportedly beat the woman for over 30 minutes before she managed to escape and leave the house.

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The incident was said to have been reported to the police by her family members, while the husband was also said to have fled home.

One of the neighbours said the man was fond of beating his wife over any little misunderstanding…

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The neighbour stated, “The husband did not mind that the wife is pregnant. He reportedly beat her for close to 30 minutes and was crying. She eventually escaped and fled to her parents’ house.”

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Adewale Osifeso, when contacted, said investigation had begun into the case



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