Another pathetic abuse story, why be with such a violent partner? No matter how much you love a guy, if he has no self control; then love him from afar till he gets help, I should really open up a social media page for women who need help and encouragement, also one for whistle blowers, if you know any woman(also some rare cases of men)in need of help from an abusive relationship please help them by speaking out, if you don’t know how or who to reach for support I’m here~ cknaija
Taken from a friends fb page/ pm News
Lagos Poly Girl Beaten To Death
A part-time Business Administration Student of Lagos State Polytechnic, Miss Olayinde Bournes, 22, has allegedly been beaten to death by her
boyfriend, Abuchi Cyril.
The incident happened Thursday at Shorinmade Street, Aguda-Ogba area of Lagos State, southwest Nigeria.
According to Miss Titilayo Fagbamila, friend of the deceased girl, she always complained to her that her boyfriend, Abuchi always beat her at the slightest provocation.
She said that on Thursday when the tragedy occurred, Abuchi invited Olayinde to his house along Shorinmade Street, to see his travel
Titilayo said nobody knew what happened when the lovers were together but it is believed that they had a misunderstanding which may have led to a fight.
Sources at 17, Muibi Street residence of the deceased told P.M.NEWS that after the fight with her boyfriend, the victim was rushed to G&S Hospital where she was confirmed dead before
the corpse was taken to Ikeja General Hospital for autopsy.
Abuchi was immediately arrested and taken to Area ‘G’ Police Command, Ogba, for interrogation.
When our correspondent visited Area ‘G’, Ogba, Friday morning, the suspect was seen writing his statement.
When contacted for comment, the Area ‘G’ Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Mr. Ishola Abdulahi, declined to speak on the issue, saying it was too early as investigation was going on.
Speaking with P.M.NEWS, the 55-year old father of Olayinde, Mr. Akindele Bournes, said his daughter was not a troublesome person, adding that the government must ensure that justice is done.