28-Yrs- Old Jilted Housewife Slashes Pregnant Woman’s Face With Razor Blade

(f) at 17-02-2016 05:09PM (4 years ago)

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Housewife, Chinwe Ogbachi, 28, has unleashed her frustration on a policeman’s pregnant wife, Nkechi Onwuzuruike by inflicting injury on her face with razor blade in Ajangbadi area of Lagos State, western Nigeria.
She was arrested and charged before Apapa Magistrates’ court with serious assault and wounding under the Criminal Code.
The incident happened at their home at Bright road in Ajangbadi on the outskirts of Lagos.
Ogbachi, a mother of four kids, allegedly slashed Onwuzuruike’s face during a disagreement Ogbachi had with another neighbor.
The victim suffered her fate after she cautioned Ogbachi against engaging in a fight with their neighbour who is also pregnant.
Angered by Onwuzuruike’s interference, she brought out a razor blade and slashed her face.
Onwuzuruike started bleeding and was rushed to Ilogbo General Hospital in the area where she is receiving treatment.
The matter was reported at Ajangbadi police division and Ogbachi was arrested and detained at the station.
Ogbachi told our reporter that she did not know what came over her when she did it because she had been traumatised since her husband left her.
She also said the victim mocks her because she is a single mother and usually sided with those looking for her trouble in the compound.
Ogbachi added that she was the only person taking care of the four children after her husband abandoned them and relocated to the Northern part of the country.
The police charged Ogbachi on Monday before the court where she pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mr T. A. Bolarinwa granted her bail in the sum of N100,000 with two sureties in like sum.
The court also ordered that the sureties must show evidence of tax payment and means of livelihood.
Ogbachi was remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri pending when she will perfect her bail.
The matter was adjourned till 9 March, 2016.

Ennyolalekan (m) at 17-02-2016 05:15PM
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na dem sabi... not concern me
Mykie010 (m) at 17-02-2016 05:17PM
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This is frustration, woman u have to do ur best to control ur anger,especially now that cost of living is very high,dollar do dey go 1000..per dollar
gogoman (m) at 17-02-2016 05:35PM
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only joblessness people
Donchijoz (m) at 17-02-2016 05:39PM
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Violence have taken over the world.
kp45 (m) at 17-02-2016 05:44PM
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Machealex (m) at 17-02-2016 05:52PM
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Problem upon problem
zezprincess (f) at 17-02-2016 06:25PM
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Woman be very careful cos anger damages a lot of things,now see where it landed you,kirikiri,oya where you go bring the bailing money? That your husband left you&your four children is not a guaranty for you to be causing wahala here&there afterall you are not the only in such delimma,Rubbish.
evilgenius (f) at 17-02-2016 06:30PM
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who will feed her children when in cell
women + anger =foolishness
akinmanchy (m) at 17-02-2016 07:33PM
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Chai dis matter nor be here ooo

emma4love3 (m) at 17-02-2016 08:03PM
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well i think she is cooling off now in police cell
wicked woman..with baddest heart.....
lilchuks28 (m) at 18-02-2016 02:23AM
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Oga magistrate abeg pity for her, nah frustration..... N100,000  bail is too much for her to handle.... Que Sera Sera
appearz (m) at 18-02-2016 09:27AM
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twisted people with twisted head in twisted generation, inside twisted dark world. the time left is reduced. 1conr. 7:21.
ujmaria (f) at 18-02-2016 10:05AM
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Na their palava
Trueyarn (m) at 18-02-2016 10:20AM
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Nah joblessness dey cause this kind matter if not person wey dey comot 4 day time come back for evening wey don tire go get time say whether she get neighbour self.
princedafe (m) at 18-02-2016 10:41AM
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Another senseless act
princedafe (m) at 18-02-2016 10:42AM
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Another senseless act