Why i ‘killed’ my wife, man speaks from hideout

Why i ‘killed’ my wife, man speaks from hideout

The man, Lekan Shonde, who is on the run after he allegedly killed his wife, Ronke Shonde, in the Egbeda, Lagos area, has spoken from his hideout.

The deceased, a former banker and members of Redeemed Christian Church of GOD, RCCG, Destiny Sanctuary Parish, worked with a publishing company until her death last Friday after losing her banking job three years ago while her alleged killer and widower, Lekan, works in a depot at Apapa.

Man beats wife to death

Speaking to Punch from his hideout on telephone, the suspect said he was provoked into murder after his wife slept with her boss in the hotel for four days, and overheard her on phone with her lover, recounting the steamy nights, and commending his sexual prowess.

“Last week Friday, she went to Abuja and came back on Monday. She never told me that the lover was there with her. I learnt later that the lover was there and they slept together in the same room for four days.

“When she came back, she didn’t know I was inside the house. She started talking with the man on the phone that he really had fun with him and I didn’t know how to make love. She again said her private parts were paining her,” the father-of-two told Punch.

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