A lesbian woman identified as Ebele Onochie has killed a married man, Ikechukwu Onuma, after he caught her having sεx with his wife, Nkemdili at Inland Town, Onitsha, Anambra State.
Man Stabbed To Death By His Wife’s Lesbian Lover
It was gathered that the incident happened on Monday night when the man returned home unexpectedly and met his wife making out with her lesbian partner.
Ebele, who is currently on the run, was said to have stabbed Ikechukwu to death in a bid to silence him before she fled the scene.
Friends of the deceased have taken to Facebook to mourn him and demand for justice for the deceased who was described as “a jolly fellow, a dearest friend and a brother to the heart”‘
Egboka Ogunji WROTE; “Onitsha youths let’s put an end to this lesbian of a thing”
Sharing a photo of Nkemdili and her alleged lover, one TR Hon. Charles Anwah wrote: “she must pay for it”
“My heart goes out to every member of the Onuma’s family in Onitsha Anambra State over the sudden and painful death of your beloved son, brother, uncle and husband Ikechukwu Onuma a.k.a Ayaaya Onye-Obodo. It is indeed a great loss,” Mazi Chukwujindu wrote.
Akunne Obiesie said he was with the deceased hours before the incident.
“Ikechukwu Onuma, nwokem kedu si ife menu.. Death why? Why? It’s damm fucking hard to believe that you just passed on this night!! God why? Over unnecessary damm shit, damm fucking shit!!! Why FUCKING AYAYA at this point?
“A jolly fellow, a deesrst friend and a brother to the heart. Alili Egbugom. chaii!!!! Am damm bloody cold this night….We were together today just few hours from this night. Ebele Onochie you can only run but you can never hide from your own death. Ani Onitsha kedu ife na emenuRest in the bossom of the Lord Strong” he wrote.
UPDATE: The Anambra State Police has confirmed the incident and also announced that the lesbian partner has been arrested. You can read about it here.
KanyiDaily had also reported how a young lady stabbed her lesbian lover to death after she caught her having sεx with a man in Delta State.