Lady Stabbed Her Ex Boyfriend To Death Over N3000 Gift
A 26-year-old lady has been arrested by the Lagos State police for stabbing her ex boyfriend to death.
The suspect identified as Oluwatoyin Joshua, arrested in Shangisa area of Lagos was said to have killed her ex boyfriend, one Olayinka Adebayo over a N3000 gift.
The money was said to have being given to them by a Good Samaritan to shared which later caused a dispute between them.
Spokesperson of the command, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu said the suspect claimed to have killed her former boyfriend in self-defence.
The suspect said:
“I am Oluwatoyin Joshua, I am 26 years old. On the day of the incident, I went to see Olayinka Adebayo who was my ex-boyfriend at the place, where he was selling hard drugs.
“When one of his friends, Olalekan, an internet fraudster came and gave me N3,000. He was about travelling when he gave me the money. The guy (Olalekan asked me to take N1,000 and give my ex-boyfriend N2,000.”
“After Olalekan gave me the money, he left, I went to meet my ex-boyfriend and told him that his friend said I should give him N2,000, he said it was a lie that he owns the whole money.
“I told him he cannot collect the whole money from me and I dropped his own N,2000 on the table. Thereafter, my ex-boyfriend picked the money, threw it back at me and he then called the guy that gave us the money
“Before I knew what was happening, my ex-boyfriend started beating me. I went to report him to an elderly person in the area who warned him and I was advised to leave where he was staying and he was dragged away. After he was dragged away from my side, he came back to continue to beat me, it was in the process I went into the kitchen to pick up a knife to scare him.
“While I was running away from him he hit me at the back of my head with a broken tile. I then stabbed him in the neck and he was rushed to the hospital where he later died two hours later. I was the one who paid his hospital bill.”
The suspect is now in police custody while awaiting Legal Advice from DPP, the police CSP said.