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Wife Of Murdered Ijaw Youth Leader Arrested For Killing Him Over Infidelity

Suspected killer of an Ijaw youth leader, Enebraye Zuokemefa-Peter have been arrested by the Bayelsa State Police Command.

The suspect, Mrs Eniye Zuokemefa-Peter, the wife to the deceased is alleged to have killed her husband who is a lecturer at the Bayelsa State College of Education in Sagbama.

Freshreporters had reported that Enebraye Zuokemefa-Peter was on Friday, December 4, shot dead by unknown gunmen along the old Assembly quarters road in Ekeki area of Yenagoa.

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The Suspect was arrested on Sunday night, December 6, following petitions from the family of the deceased and on the complaint of previous threats to his life during domestic squabbles over issues of infidelity.

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According to a family member who pleaded anonymity the wife had on several occasions threatened to kill her husband over allegation of fathering children outside their marriage due to her inability to bear children.

The family member said:

“The marriage was filled with the turbulent tide with the woman packing out of her matrimonial home on several occasion but they recently made up when he arrived Yenagoa from a study trip abroad.”

It was reported that the deceased was previously attacked by armed men at his home and had told family members and close friends to hold his wife responsible if anything happened to him.

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The suspect was arrested based on ‘previous threats’, the state police spokesperson, Asinim Butswat, said.



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