VIDEO: Lady reportedly stabs lover to death over proceeds from Yahoo Yahoo

VIDEO: Lady reportedly stabs lover to death over proceeds from Yahoo Yahoo
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A 27-year-old lady identified as Oluchi Nzemechi, from
Ikeduru Local Government Area of Imo State, is now cooling off in the police
net for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Kelechi Nzemechi, to death due to a
disagreement over the sharing formula of proceeds from their internet business,
Yahoo Yahoo.


According to a statement by the Police Public Relations
Officer, ASP Henry Okoye, the suspect admitted committing the crime.


It was gathered that the suspect revealed how her boyfriend
lured her into cybercrime.


Along the line, they succeeded in duping an Indonesian of
250 million rupiah. When she was discussing with her boyfriend how the money
would be shared, an argument erupted between them, and in the process, she
stabbed him with a kitchen knife.


According to the statement, the suspect said that when she
discovered he was dead, she looked for a way to exonerate herself from the
crime. She picked up a piece of paper and wrote on it, “You think you can eat
my money and go free? I am baba for the boys. I am coming for your wife and
your child, including your family,” and placed it on the lifeless body of the
victim before running away from the house.


The release also disclosed that during further
interrogation, the suspect stated that she had been living with the victim
since 2019 and had a child with him.


The police spokesperson said that necessary steps have been
taken to recover the alleged 250 million Indonesian Rupiah for a possible
return to the owner.

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“The suspect is currently undergoing investigation at the
State Criminal Investigation Department and will certainly be arraigned in
court,” the release partly stated

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