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In Ogun, a man beats his wife to death over property ownership.

In Ogun, a man beats his wife to death over property ownership.

guy named Segun Ebenezer killed his wife Bukola by beating her to death over property ownership argument, She refused to give him the keys to the elementary school she erected in her honor.
The dead and the suspect had dispute over the property before he beat her to death, according to the Ogun State Police Command, which spoke about the event.
In statement released on Monday and signed by the police spokesman in Ogun, Abimbola Oyeyemi, the police said that the guy had fled after hearing voice note that his wife had given to her family and that led to his detention.

Unbeknownst to the defendant, the victim had left a voicemail for her family members informing them that she had been beaten by her husband and that if she died, they should know that he was the one who had killed her.

The spouse ran off running as soon as the voice note was played to him since he realized that his terrible deed had been revealed.

The Divisional Police Officer for the Kemta division, Adeniyi Adekunle, instructed his detectives to track down the murderous husband and capture him wherever he may be in response to the report and the evidence that had been recorded. 
After being located in Akinseku village, Abeokuta, where he had been hibernating, he was quickly caught.
The deceased created private school in their joint names, but the husband, carpenter, had intended to assume control of the school, which the deceased wife, graduate, had resisted. According to preliminary research, this is what caused their constant argument. 
This was the reason the suspect had been abusing the dead up until the momentous day when he fatally struck her on the head with an iron padlock.
The statement reads, “In the meantime, the Commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole, has instructed the suspect to be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department’s Homicide Section for further investigation and diligent prosecution.”
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