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Lagos banker, Olaoluwa Adejo who allegedly poisoned and tortured his wife, Maureen to death has been remanded in the Ikoyi Prison by an Ebute Meta Chief Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday November 29th, 2017.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. O.A. Adelaja, ordered the police to duplicate the case file and forward to the Directorate of Public Prosecutions for legal advice.

Family sources disclosed that Olaoluwa and Maureen who hailed from Imo State had been married for five years and the union is blessed with three children.

Our sources added that the banker allegedly threatened to kill his wife during one of their disagreements at their home in the Oworonshoki area of Lagos. The wife was said to have packed to her mother’s house, but after three days, she returned for a party at her children’s school.

However, the banker claimed that the wife drank local insecticide, Sniper, while at home but their five-year-old son, Richard, said his father tortured his mother and forced the insecticide down her throat.

“I am Richard Adejo. I am five years old. My daddy beat my mummy with a belt; machete her here (shows arms), machete her here (shows legs). He used the belt on her here (points at face); forced my mummy to drink otapiapia (insecticide). My daddy took my mummy away.”

“My daddy said my mummy should get out of the house. My mummy said no. In the night, my daddy woke my mummy up and said, ‘Mosquito is too much, let me go and buy otapiapia’. My daddy forced my mummy to drink it. She shook her head. She vomited.”

“My daddy slapped my mummy. My mummy did not do anything to him. My daddy gave her one blow. My daddy kicked her. My daddy told her to get out of the house and carry her load. Small blood came out. My daddy slapped her, kicked her, machete her, blow her, and put otapiapia in her mouth and in the food.”

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