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‘I Left My Husband To Enjoy Sex’, 34-year Old Woman Confesses

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A  34-year old sex worker, Ayo Olufemi (not real name), has confessed that she abandoned her marriage of 12 years in Lagos in order to be at liberty to enjoy sex.

The mother of three who moved from Lagos to Benin City, hangout at bear parlour in search for sex customers, disclosed that her husband’s inability to satisfy her sexually made her to abondon him to look for sexual satisfaction outside.

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Further Narrating what led to her abandoning her matrimonial home, the native of Ibadan, Oyo State, said she was tired of not getting enough sex from her husband, hence she decided to go and get satisfaction outside marriage.

According to the mother of three (one boy two girls), she went into marriage at the early age of 20 hence she couldn’t get university education, adding that she was planning to go back to school.

“I was just 20 years old when I got married to a man from my home town,(Ibadan in Oyo State) and  we moved to Lagos.I have 3 kids for him, but I discovered that, the man cannot satisfy me sexually. I have endured it for 12 years, but at a time, I have to tell myself the truth.

“I told myself, this life is once, you can’t die and come back again, with him, I had never felt fulfilled sexually as a woman. I decided to leave him, so I can enjoy life to the fullest”, she revealed.

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Disclosing her three children whereabouts to newsmen, she said the children reside in Ibadan with her mother.

My children are in Ibadan with my mother, and I go there regularly to check on them, the most important  thing is that they are going to school. My ex-husband provide money for their upkeep.Then whatever I can do for them, I do. For now, I want to enjoy myself, whatever happens tomorrow is in the hands of God, tomorrow will surely take care of itself”, she said

She, however, vowed to go back to school.

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“I am making plans to return to school, I must go back to school. I was married off at the age of 20, and did not have the chance to go to the university. The reason I  hustle is to be independent of anyman. I was in a marriage for 12 years and did not enjoy it for one day. Now I have my freedom, let me enjoy it for now”, She said.

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PHOTOS: Many Trapped As Two-storey Building Collapses In Lagos Island

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Rescue operation is currently ongoing to save victims trapped in a two-storey building which collapsed at number 15, Iga Idungaran, close to Oba of Lagos, Rilwanu Akiolu’s palace, Lagos Island.

According to eyewitness, the unfortunate incident occurred at about 11am, Thursday.

Men of the Lagos State Emergency Management Authority, LASEMA, Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service, Nigeria Police, among other emergency responders were on ground searching for survivors.

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Recall that the latest incident happened barely four days ago, precisely on Sunday, when a Mosque collapsed at Yusuf Street, Papa Ajao, Mushin area, killing at least three worshippers, including a 12 year-old boy in the process.

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Terrorists Kill 12 In Kaduna Market Attack

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Terrorists, on Wednesday, reportedly attacked and killed 12 persons at Maro Junction, a weekly Market in Maro Ward, Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State.

A former chairman of the local government, Cafra Caino, who confirmed the development to The PUNCH, said the assailants invaded the market around 3pm on Wednesday and opened fire.

According to him, 12 bodies have been recovered while 20 others who sustained various degrees of injuries have been taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

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He explained that it was the second time the weekly market had been attacked while business owners and customers transacting businesses.

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“The situation is critical and has thrown residents around the area into confusion while they scampered for safety in neighbouring villages.

“Security operatives drafted to the area have already left. We are appealing to the government to deploy security operatives to help restore normalcy,” he said.

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Meanwhile, the state Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Mansir Hassan, did not respond to calls and text messages sent to him by The PUNCH correspondent as of the time of filling this report.

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VIDEO: Three Arrested For Accusing Delta Policemen Of Stealing N50m Gold Chains

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The Delta State Police Command has arrested three men for wrongly accusing some of its officers of stealing their gold chains, supposedly worth N50 million, during a stop-and-search operation.

The command’s Public Relations Officer, SP Edafe Bright, disclosed this in a post, accompanied by a video, on X.com on Tuesday.

His caption read, “So yesterday, these three guys were accosted by men of RRS, searched, and allowed to go, only for them to come back later in the evening, alleging that their gold worth N50m was stolen by the policemen.

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“The policemen were humiliated for simply doing their job; well, the rest is history. “Please watch for the full gist.”

In the video, Edafe explained that the gold chains were later found in the possession of the suspects when they came back to the RRS office to accuse the officers of theft.

The driver in whose pocket the gold chains were found also claimed that the chains were given to him before they got to the RRS checkpoint.

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He added that later on, one of them, Nnamdi, said he couldn’t find his gold when he wanted to change his clothes.

“I called his brother to ask if those were the gold he (Nnamdi) was looking for, but he said no. So when we came back to the RRS office, the chains were found in my inner pocket,” he explained, speaking in pidgin.

 

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