Man battles for survival after wife cuts penis over infidelity

 

Men of the Nigerian Police, Agbor Divisional Headquarters, Delta State, have arrested one Blessing Ndidi for attempting to cut off her husband’s penis over allegation of infidelity at Alisemien in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State.

According to our sources, the couple had been married for about three years without children and the wife had been accusing the husband, Mr. Emmanuel Nemario who hails from Alisemien Community, of infidelity.

 

We gathered that before the woman allegedly carried out the act, she had on several occasions inflicted injuries on her husband, who is now battling for his life.

A source close to man revealed the wife, a native of Akokwa in Imo State, had in the past attacked the man with a pestle on his head and at any provocation, would grab the husband’s penis.

We also gathered that the woman allegedly attacked her husband in the middle of the night while he was sleeping with a kitchen knife she hid under their bed with the aim of chopping off his penis.

We also learnt that the woman was usually heard warning the man that she would chop off his reproductive organ if she ever discovered that he had a child with another woman.

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Information has it that the woman had her way that fateful night because the man was drunk. The victim, who is a brick layer, was rushed with part penis almost falling off to Anioma Hospital in Boji Boji Owa in Ika North East Local Government Area where a surgery was performed on him.

Rumour making the rounds has it that the young man had died but a visit to the hospital proved otherwise as the man was said to be responding to treatment and even spoke to reporters about his ordeal.

Sources close to men of the Nigerian Police Force, Agbor Divisional Headquarters, revealed the woman was still in custody and investigation ongoing. (Delta State News Bulletin)

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