Friday, January 20, 2017

Two Married Deeper Life Members Fight On The Street & In Court Over One Man

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The women, Nwazema Oluchukwu, 58 and Chizoba Alloy Njoku, 34 were charged before Isolo Magistrate’s court over real ownership of Chizoba’s husband, Alloy Benson Njoku. 
Both, who are members of the same church and hail from Owerri in Imo State, were separately married with children to different men before. 

While Chizoba married and lived with Benson, Oluchukwu alleged that Benson was her  secret lover who she introduced to Chizoba while still married to her own husband. 

She told the Isolo Magistrate’s court that Benson and Chizoba were merely cohabiting despite the fact that they had three children because they did not contract any marriage as Christian or as Igbo culture demand. 

P.M.EXPRESS gathered that Oluchukwu 58, a senior member of the Deeper Life Bible Church, decided to take Benson back when her own marriage reportedly crashed. But things turned to worse when Chizoba, who all along knew the relationship between Oluchukwu and Benson, decided to fight and hold on to Benson and this resulted in a
street fight between them. 

Meanwhile, Benson had moved into Oluchukwu’s house at 16 Panada Street, Isolo Lagos, after he deceived his wife, Chizoba that he was traveling on a business trip outside Lagos.  
However, the bubble bust after Chizoba was tipped that Benson had been in Oluchukwu’s house since the time he told her that he was travelling for a business trip outside Lagos. 

Chizoba trailed them until she caught Benson and Olochukwu in front of Oluchukwu’s house while they were returning from an evening stroll. 

She confronted Benson and asked him to follow her back home, but Oluchukwu 58, stopped him and told her she will not release Benson to her. 

This resulted in both women fighting publicly until a police patrol team passing-by stopped and arrested the two women. 

They were charged before Isolo Magistrate’s court for conduct likely to cause breach of public peace under the Criminal Code. 

The presiding Magistrate, Mrs A.K. Shonubi granted them bail in the sum of N20,000 with one surety in like sum. 

They were initially remanded in prison custody but released after they perfected their bail condition. 

The matter has been adjourned till 6 February 2017 for trial.

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