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Saturday, 7 November 2015

Wife’s Secret Lover Caught over Plans to Kill Her Husband

Wonders shall never end! People no longer have shame and, worst still, the fear of God. As you read this, a 50-year-old man, Olusegun Ashogbon, has been brought before a Yaba Magistrates’ Court for allegedly threatening to kill one Aderemi Remi-Louis, the husband of his lover, Mrs. Abiola Remi-Louis.

It was learnt that Olusegun had on June 16, sent a message with a number given as 081446488xx to the lady’s husband, Remi-Louis, telling him to leave his own wife for him or pay with his life.

According to Punch findings, the adulterous wife and Olusegun had been dating since October, 2014 – six months after she moved out of her matrimonial home on Akanbi Crescent, Onitiri area of Lagos.
It was learnt that the mother of three and Olusegun had been living in a rented apartment on Awin Street, Bariga, while a divorce suit between her and her husband was still pending in the state’s high court.
In his statement to the police, Mr. Remi-Louis said, “I received a call through 081762477xx around 8.22am on June 7, 2015. Two minutes after, I called the number and discovered that the subscriber was in a conversation with some other people, telling them that Ogbeni yen ti pe (the man has called). Nine days after, I received a threat message from 081446488xx.”
The message read, “We were calling you but you did not answer. You called our boss a thief when he phoned you. You can’t snatch our chairman’s wife. Your odeisi (charm) against bullets cannot work.
“We will turn you to suya and put your body inside a Ghana-must-go bag and feed your body to fish.”
During interrogation, Olusegun eventually confessed to the police that the number 081762477xx belonged to him but denied knowledge of the threat messages.
He was arraigned before a chief magistrate, Mr. P.A. Ojo, on two counts bordering on conduct likely to cause the breach of peace.
The charges read in part, “That you, Olusegun Asogbon, between June 8 and 16, 2015 in the Bariga area, in the Lagos Magisterial District, being the owner of mobile phone numbers 081446488xx and 081762477xx used same to threaten the life of one Aderemi Remi-Louis by sending grossly offensive words threatening to cause him harm.
Olusegun pleaded not guilty to the two charges and was admitted to bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum by the magistrate. He will remain in prison until he meets his bail conditions.
The case has been adjourned till November 17, 2015, for trial.

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