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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Acid bath on Ogochukwu Nwosu gets hearing @Igbosere today

The case of a 26-year-old Ogochukwu Nwosu who was bathed with acid over marriage proposal comes up today, Thursday for hearing at the Magistrate Court, Igbosere, Lagos, reports ITRealms.

Ogochukwu, ITRealms recalls was bathed with acid following her purported acceptance to a marriage proposal at Ilasa bus stop along Oshodi-Apapa Expressway in Lagos last October on her way home from work.

ITRealms also gathered that Ogochukwu whose workplace is at the Computer Village has been in a critical condition at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, Surulere, Lagos State.

Also, ITRealms gathered that the victim, who now suffers burns on her face, neck, breasts, among other parts of her body had accused one Mrs. Chidi, the wife of the man who had proposed marriage to her, as her assailant.

According to her, Mrs. Chidi had been threatened her on the telephone and via phone calls, Short Message Service (SMS) and social media platform like Whatsapp soon after she learnt of her husband’s plans to marry her (Ogochukwu).

For her, “I suspect Mrs. Chidi because she had been threatening me before the incident. And while I was on admission at the hospital, she called and spoke with my brother (Peter), saying that was just the beginning,” Ogochukwu told Punch recently.

Her brother, Peter, also confirmed this, saying he recorded a part of the conversation with Mrs. Chidi on his mobile phone, even as he promptly reported to Itire Police Division.

ITRealms further gathered that Mrs. Chidi was subsequently arrested and detained for two days was later transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), Yaba and later granted the suspect bail.


Meanwhile lawyers to the victim, Louis Nwaugbala and Anthony Obi, had petitioned the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Force Headquarters, Abuja, over the matter.

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