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My fiance’s beatings led to two miscarriages – Lady who called off wedding




Helen Ozioma, the lady who called off her wedding to David Okike, has denied aborting three pregnancies belonging to him.

Ozioma also known as Ada Uburu accused Okike of domestic abuse, leading her to call off the wedding, which should have taken place today in Abakalili, capital of Ebonyi State.

But Okike debunked the allegations and accused her of deliberately aborting their pregnancies.

He also accused her of shifting their weeding many times before calling it off last week.

But Ozioma, in a reaction on Saturday, said she didn’t abort the pregnancies.

Rather, she alleged she suffered two miscarriages because of physical assault.

Displaying a medical report of the last miscarriage, she said the doctors had to carry out an emergency operation to evacuate the dead foetus from her womb.

She said: “Even when I took in, I will tell him to give me even if it’s a little space like a month before sex so that I won’t miscarry but he won’t. Rather he will drag with me and end up beating me.

“He practically caused all the miscarriages I went through by his beating and not even having a common self control.

“It was never an abortion, it was two miscarriages and I have my evidence.

“Please look into the scan result below from Alex Ekwueme Federal Teaching Hospital Abakaliki.

“That was the pregnancy that I miscarried last year due to his violence and rage which he said Teaching Hospital Abakaliki aborted his baby without his consent.

“If the Hospital have CCTV, it will be recorded right there because it was his eldest sister Juliana Okike who accompanied me to the hospital,” she claimed.

She added: “Why did she accompany me and not my supposed husband? He kept giving excuses, babe wait next week, next week that never finishes.

“Women who had witnessed miscarriages will tell you how painful and heartbroken it is to know that you are carrying nothing and you’re still carrying it.

“My good people in my own case my supposed husband kept delaying everything. I kept begging him that even if he doesn’t want to go with me to the hospital that his eldest sister Juliana Okike is a health worker, he should send her with me, after everything he accepted.

“It was a miscarriage and only God knows what I went through.”

Ozioma further noted despite the alleged abuse by her fiancee, she was ready to go ahead with the wedding but the death of popular singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, made her have a rethink and call off the marriage.

“I wasn’t strong enough to call off the wedding at first. My intention was ‘I am already in this mess. if eventually we got married and everything keep being bad if God wishes we will go our separate ways.’

“That was why at some point I started fighting for “Court marriage” which with both the help of our church pastor and my supposed husband’s immediate elder sister he accepted to do the court marriage with me,” she explained.

She said the day Osinachi’s death was announced, her fiance beat her up again.

“It was his immediate elder sister that even pushed me into their own room and locked the door to protect me.

“I wouldn’t expect them to be truthful about if their brother always beat me or not after all my supposed husband is their only son and brother.

“My heart was shattered not just only for Minister Osinachi Nwachukwu’s death but for myself seeing my death and because of what people will say I am trying to walk through it. So that night I didn’t sleep I got a rethink.”

She also said she sought advice from police officers in their community who advised her to quit the marriage.

On her fiance’s accusation of shifting the marriage severally, she said her family’s opposition to the marriage was responsible for ...ponements.

She said despite the resistance from her family, she insisted on going ahead to marry him.

“After all my fight and I succeeded for the marriage to hold he turned against me.

“He kept beating me in any little provocation because he knew I don’t have anyone to talk to.

“After all at first my family asked me not to marry him that it’s against tradition and I decided to disobey everybody, all my family and friends turned their backs on me.

“At that point I don’t know who to talk to, all I always do is to call the Chairman of our kindred to report to him how my supposed husband has been abusing me,” she added.



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Buhari leaves on a condolence visit to Abu Dhabi



Buhari departs

President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to meet the new President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to convey his condolences on the passing of the former president and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

In a statement issued by Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), the President who was expected to depart Abuja on Thursday, will also extend his congratulations to the new President, renewing bonds of the longstanding friendship between Nigeria and the UAE.

The statement recalled that President Buhari, in an earlier congratulatory message to the new UAE leader, had reaffirmed Nigeria’s cordial relationship with the country, noting that the cooperation between both governments has helped Nigeria in tracking down illegal assets and tracing terrorist funds.

“Under the new leadership, President Buhari looks forward to a bigger and stronger partnership for peace, stability and prosperity of both countries,” the statement reads.

President Buhari will be accompanied by the Minister of State Foreign Affairs, Amb. Zubairu Dada, the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Ali Pantami, the Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Mohammed Bello, and the Minister of Aviation, Senator Hadi Sirika.

Other members of his delegation are the National Security Adviser, Maj. Gen. Mohammed Monguno (Rtd) and the  Director-General, National Intelligence Agency, Ambassador Ahmed Rufai Abubakar.

He is expected to return from the trip on Saturday.




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Imo police arrests killers of police officer




Police Imo State says it has arrested a gang of seven persons connected with the murder of a female Police officer, Inspector Felicia Nwagbara, who was declared missing five years ago.

According to the police, the gang was also behind the gruesome murder of a policeman in Agwa, who manhood was severed two weeks ago in Oguta local government area of Imo State.

Mike Abattam, the Imo Police spokesperson, who made the disclosure in a statement, said the seven-man gang members, which included three siblings were arrested in Ubah Agwa in Oguta local government area on Wednesday during an early morning raid at their hideout.

The three siblings are Hycent Chimezie ‘m’ aged 30 years, Hycent Azunna ‘m’ aged 28 years, Hycent Ifesinachi ‘m’ aged 26 years, alongside 72 year-old Nnadike Clifford, Casmire Mgbugha ‘m’ aged 53 years, Hycent Chimobi ‘m’ aged 23 years, and Chukwuemeka Wisdom ‘m’ aged 22 years.

The slain policewoman was the second wife to Casmire Mgbugba, one of the suspects arrested.

According to Abattam, the gang was responsible for Inspector Felicia Nwagbara’s disappearance since 2017, the killing of Ukam Efut in Oguta two weeks ago, and other heinous crimes.

Efut, an Assistant Superintendent of Police was killed and his manhood severed at a checkpoint at Okpo-efi junction, Agwa Ejemekwuru road, where there were suspicions of illegal oil refinery activities.

Abattam said “During the course of interrogation, the suspects confessed to have murdered late Inspector Felicia Nwagbara who was the second wife to one of the suspects – Casmire Mgbugba. They further stated that they are the manufacturers of the locally made guns recovered from them. Apart from using them in perpetrating crimes, they sell to robbers and kidnappers.”

Further, he said a raid on the terror camp revealed a live Python snake, one Toyota Camry car with registration number AKD 73 BF LAGOS, eight locally made Pistols, 18 rounds of live cartridges, one Biafra flag, a pair of Police Carmouflage Uniform belonging to late female Police Inspector.

Abattam said one of the suspects, Hycent Chimezie attempted to escape a second time but was stopped after he was shot in the leg, adding that all the suspects were answering questions over their involvements.

According to him, the police received a tip-off that their fleeing charms-man who prepared charms to make them not to sustain gunshots or knife-cut, had returned, even as he expressed the appreciation of the State Police Commissioner, Mohammed Barde, to the people



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