Another boyfriend of housewife who died with lover is dead


 “I can swear with my life, that my brother didn’t have anything to do with Promise. He was a responsible man, married with children. He didn’t take alcohol.

“I learnt that woman was dating a guy called Femi, Promise’s husband, Clement, had warned the guy several times to stay away from his wife. Even, when the incident happened, the same Femi came to tell us that the trap was meant for him,” Idris, the brother of late Lukmon Olowo, a clearing and forwarding agent, who was found dead with a housewife, Mrs. Promise Clement, both half-naked inside his Toyota Corolla parked by the roadside at Abisogun Leigh Street in Ogba, Lagos, told New Telegraph in the wake of the debacle in October.

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“When the incident happened, Promise’s husband said that he thought it was Femi who died. We were still at Area G Police Command when Promise’s husband brought Femi’s phone out of his late wife’s handbag. It was then we knew that the late Femi was dating Promise,” another relation of the deceased, had also said told the paper.

About two months after Mrs. Olowo and Mrs. Clement’s death, the said Femi has also met his death, according to the publication.

It said the 35-year-old Disc Jockey (DJ),  a father of three, had about two weeks ago attended a church service at a branch of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) at Bintu Street, when he slumped and was rushed to a private hospital  from where he was moved to another hospital.

The report said when Femi’s sickness came to his father’s knowledge, he was convinced it was a spiritual attack, and he took him from the hospital to a white garment church where he was for sometime.

But when his situation did not improve and was just deteriorating, the old man reportedly returned him to the hospital where he later died.

“The DJ later died at the hospital. He had since been buried by his family. The church and hospital couldn’t say what was wrong with him. His death came as a shock to every one of us in the community. In fact, since the death of Lukmon, we have not been seeing Femi in the area,” the paper quoted an anonymous source as saying.

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