TATAFO NEWS: Woman Stabs Husband’s Mistress With Broken Bottle, Scissors and Knife in Lagos

Kuburat Sanni, (22) has appeared before an Ikeja Magistrate’s Court for allegedly stabbing her husband’s
mistress with many dangerous weapons.

Sanni was accused of stabbing the woman over alleged dating of her husband.

Sanni, who resides at 18, Akindia Street, Agege, Lagos, is being tried for breach of peace, assault and conspiracy.
The Prosecutor, Kehinde Olatunde, told the court that the accused and others still at large allegedly committed the
offences on July 9 at her residence.
Olatunde said the accused and the others assaulted the mistress Mariam Bala, 20, by stabbing her with dangerous weapons.

He said: “The accused stabbed the complainant with a broken bottle, scissors and knife.”
Olatunde said Sanni allegedly accused the complainant of having an affair with her husband and that she had had series of abortions for him.

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The complainant was sent by her mother to deliver a message to her elder sister who lives in the same house with the accused. When she got there, the accused, who claimed that the complainant was having an affair with
her husband, locked her in a room and called some hoodlums.

The accused and the hired miscreants tore the complainant’s clothes and started stabbing her with knives, bottles and scissors all over her body.

According to the prosecutor, the complainant fainted due to the profuse loss of blood and that if not for the quick intervention of neighbours who rushed her to the hospital, the
complainant would have been dead.

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Olatunde said in the process of assaulting the complainant, her phone, valued at N20,000, and N30,000 cash, which was to be delivered to her sister, was stolen from her.

The accused pleaded innocence of the offences and was granted bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like
sum.

The Magistrate, Aka Bashorun, adjourned the case until September 1.

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