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Popular Car Dealer’s Wife Dies After Suffering Domestic Violence For 22 Years

Bimbo and her husband got into a scuffle and she set herself ablaze in the process at their home in Lekki, Lagos.

Bimbo, the wife of celebrity car dealer, Ikechukwu Ogbonna aka IVD Autos, has passed away after suffering domestic violence from her husband for 22 years of their marriage.

Popular Car Dealer's Wife Dies After Suffering Domestic Violence For 22 Years

Bimbo Ogbonna Is Dead

The development comes a few days after Bimbo was hospitalized after getting into a scuffle with her husband and setting herself ablaze at their mansion in Megamound Estate, Lekki, Lagos.

Bimbo was rushed to the hospital while IVD who sustained minor injuries absconded. She was in the Intensive Care Unit of a Lagos hospital for some days but unfortunately gave up the ghost this morning.

Taking to her Instagram page oon Saturday, Bimbo’s sister, Mama Jazz, called out IVD the car dealer for killing his wife.

She wrote: “My hands are shaking. imbo is gone. Bimbo is gone- My sister is gone. The fire is burning me Haaaaaaa. IVD you killed my only sister. Abimbola IVD killed my sister, IVD killed my sister, IVD killed my sister.”

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Popular Car Dealer's Wife Dies After Suffering Domestic Violence For 22 Years

KanyiDaily had reported that Bimbo set herself ablaze after being beaten by her husband after she confronted him over the constant beatings she receives from him since their marriagge.

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