Wife Beats Husband, Sends Him Packing From His House For Days


A 38-year-old lady, Gift Igwe, has been charged before a Gudu Upper Zone Court in Abuja for purportedly battering her handicapped spouse constantly and asking him to leave for good from his own home for quite a long time. 


The lady, who was conveyed to court on Wednesday, was likewise affirmed to have opposed capture. 

Igwe, who live at CBN Bequest at Apo in Abuja, is confronting a three-number charge of attack, criminal terrorizing and opposing legal capture. 

The Prosecutor, Mr. Fidelix Ogbobe, said the complainant, one Robinson Igwe of Choos Home, Apo detailed the issue at the Apo Police headquarters on Aug. 2. 

Ogbobe asserted that the respondent was continually exploiting her significant other's physical test to attack him constantly. 

"The respondent dependably exploits her significant other's handicap to attack him. The complainant is a physically tested individual, who utilizes braces to walk. 

"He has been conceded in healing facility due to head damage because of threatening behavior from his significant other. 

"Notwithstanding police intercession, the blamed had over and again beaten her significant other at the insulted incitement.'' 

The prosecutor said the complainant had appealed to the chief of police in Abuja on the issue. 

He said encourage that the respondent had additionally departed suddenly with two kids created by the union for over a year to an obscure goal. 

The respondent just returned on Aug. 1, after over a year since she cleared out her wedding home and sent the complainant out of his home for quite a long time. 

"However, when the complainant detailed the issue to the police, the respondent opposed capture on three unique events until the point when she was at last captured on the fourth endeavor by the police,'' Ogbobe said. 

He additionally claimed that the respondent had likewise undermined to execute the complainant. 

As per him, the offenses negate Segments 265, 397 and 172 of the Punitive Code. 

The respondent, in any case, argued not blameworthy. 

The Directing Judge, Alhaji Umar Kagarko, conceded the respondent safeguard in the whole of N20, 000 with one surety in like total. 

Kagarko deferred the case until Oct.17.


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