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Court Sentences Husband To Death By Hanging For Killing Pregnant Wife

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An Akwa Ibom State High Court sitting at the state capital, Uyo, has sentenced a 52-year-old man, Nkereuwem Emah, to death by hanging for killing his pregnant wife, whom he accused of infidelity.

Justice Bassey Nkanang in his judgement found Emah, the father of five from Mbiabam in Ibiono Ibom Local Government area of the state, guilty of murder.

The convict was said to have killed his wife on the 12th of February 2018, while she was sleeping in their residence.

During his arraignment on 6th December 2018, the convict pleaded not guilty to the one count of murder, contrary to Section 326(1) of the Criminal Code, Cap 38, Volume 2, Laws of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria, 2000.

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The judgment came after four years of litigation in which, the prosecution called three witnesses, including a 10-year-old son of the deceased, Christian Sylvanus Etim, who narrated how his father committed the act against his mother.

Mr Etim said “On 12/2/2018, my father, (the accused person) is a mechanic with the Water Board. On the said date, he used a matchet in the night. My mother was sleeping. He used it and cut my mother. My mother died. The incident took place in the house we all lived in. The village head called the Police in Itam. The Police came and invited me to accompany them to the station.”

The evidence of the son was corroborated by his father, who had earlier confessed to the Police when he was arrested after the incident.

In his extra-judicial statement before the court, the convict stated that “on 12/2/2018 at about 4:30 am, I call my wife to ask her about how she came about the pregnancy and who is responsible for it. She refused to answer me and I become annoyed.

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I took the big matchet and cut her right hand. She moved to run away, I cut her neck again and she fall down. I was informed by people around our house that one Michael Udoh always sleep with her anytime I left the house for work,” Emah said.

Delivering judgement which lasted for almost one hour, the trial judge, Justice Bassey Nkanang described the act as a “callous, inexplicable and inexcusable debasement of the marriage institution.”

The court held that the accused person, Nkereuwem Etim Emah, is hereby sentenced to death. In compliance with the Section 339(2) of the Criminal Procedure Law, Cap 39, Laws of Akwa Ibom State, the sentence of the Court upon you, Nkereuwem Etim Emah is that you be hanged by the neck until you be dead and may the Lord have mercy on your soul”.

Earlier, the Convict had pleaded with the Court to temper justice with mercy and give him another chance to go home and take care of his five children.

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Murder: Court Remands Labourer For Fighting Over A Woman

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An Ondo Chief Magistrates Court sitting in Akure has ordered the remand of a farm labourer, Money Danlandi, for allegedly stabbing his friend, Sunday Babaji, to death during a disagreement over a woman.

Danlandi was alleged to have committed the offence at Badokun Camp via Ode-Aye in the Okitipupa Local Government Area of the state.

He was arraigned before the court on a one-count charge of murder by the Nigeria Police.

The prosecutor, Inspector Nelson Akintimehin, told the court that Danlandi committed the offence on May 9, 2022, at about 9pm.

He was said to have stabbed Sunday, aged 25, with a knife in his chest, leading to his death.

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According to the prosecution, the offence contravenes Section 319(1) of the Criminal Code, Cap 37, Vol. 2, Laws of Ondo State, 2016.

Danlandi, who appeared before the court without a counsel, pleaded not guilty to the offence but his plea was not taken by the court.

The prosecutor prayed the court to remand the defendant at the correctional centre, pending the issuance of legal advice from the Director of Public Prosecutions, DPP, in the state.

In his ruling, the magistrate, Mr Musa Al-Yunus, granted the prayer and remanded the defendant at the Nigerian Correctional Centre, Olokuta, Akure.

Subsequently, the court adjourned the case to August 25 for mention.

 

 

 

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Danish Man Who Killed Nigerian Wife and Daughter Gets Death Sentence

Court stated that autopsy report revealed that the “tiny signs of bleeding” proved smothering as cause of death, as he founds him guilty as charge and sentence to death

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A Lagos High Court, has sentenced a Dane, Peter Nielsen, to death by hanging for killing his Nigerian wife and daughter.

Justice Bolanle Okikiolu-Ighile convicted Nielsen, on two counts of murder brought against him by the State Directorate of Public Prosecution.

The judge sentenced Nielsen to death by hanging on both counts.

Justice Okikiolu-Ighile, stated that her verdict relied on the post mortem examination led by Professor John obafunwa on the deceased persons who had submitted that the bruises found on the neck of the head and neck of Zainab were consistent with blunt trauma.

That autopsy report also stated that the “tiny signs of bleeding” proved smothering as cause of death.

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Smothering which caused the absence of oxygen to both deceased persons was also established as the cause of Zainab’s death which the court held that it couldn’t have been self inflicted or due to epilepsy as that wasn’t included in her medical history.

On whether the deaths were caused by the defendant (Peter Nielsen), the court recounted several testimonies by the prosecution’s witnesses including a housemaid, Zainab’s sibling and two police officers who testified during the trial to incidents of domestic violence perpetrated by Mr Nielsen on The late musician.

The court particularly described Zainab’s sister, Pepe, who was about 13 years old at the time of the incident as a witness of truth who testified about a fight between the couple in 2017, adding that the defendant had threatened to kill her if she ever told anyone about what she saw.

The Dane was charged with the death of his wife, a singer, Zainab, and their three-year-old daughter, Petra.

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Lagos State Government accused him of smothering Zainab and Petra to death at 3.45 a.m. at No. 4, Flat 17, Bella Vista Tower, Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos State.

Nielsen was arraigned on June 13, 2018, under Section 223 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos, 2015, which prescribes the death penalty, if convicted.

He pleaded not guilty and state commenced prosecution.

In her sentencing, she held that, in Line with Section 223 (2) of the the Criminal Laws of Lagos state, 2015, “subject to the provision of any other law, death sentence is the punishment for murder. I hereby find you, Peter Nielsen, guilty of the murder of Zainab and Petra, as charged. I also prescribe the sentence of the court upon you for both counts of murder, to be death by hanging. May the Almighty God have mercy on your soul.”

 

 

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