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I Killed My Husband By Robbing Charms On My Private Part To Sleep With Him, Woman Confesses (Details below)



The is nothing we won’ t see in Nigeria today.

A 39 year old mother of three identified as Omotayo Salawudeen has confessed to killing her husband in Oshogbo, in Osun State by Robbing charms on her private part to sleep with him.

The suspect, who said she was ” just angry” with her late husband, 43 years old Salawudeen Hakeem, told journalists that she purposely killed the husband because she knew the man was cheating on her.

The suspect made the confession while she was paraded alongside her accomplice by the Osun state police command, in Oshogbo, on Monday.

According to her, the late husband was a good person who always took care of her needs and that of her children but she knew he was cheating on her.

The woman explained how she killed the husband and so many people spoke and debunk the act.

It was very sad to hear this woman make such confession to the police, the confession of this woman shows that women are very wicked and heartless.

According to the woman She said they have been married for seventeen years, and are blessed with three children aged 17, 15 and 12.

She said the husband did not offend her, that she was just mad at him because she knew he was sleeping with another woman outside.

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She rob charms on her private part of the and slept with the husband which led to his death

I regret my action. I didn’ t know I will feel this way the woman cried out.

The accomplice, Oladapo Dolapo also corroborated the confession of the wife saying he was responsible for showing the woman place to make charms.

The woman was arrested by the husband’ s family members after the conducted series of investigations and found out that the man died a suspicious death.

They made findings and and discovered that the woman killed the husband.

They cried out bitterly saying she has regretted her actions and will never do such again.

The state police commissioner incharge of the case has promised to charge the woman to court as soon as possible.