Wife Beats Husband, Sends Him Out Of His House

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A 38-year-old lady, Blessing Igwe, has been charged before a Gudu Upper Area Court in Abuja for purportedly battering her crippled spouse constantly and asking him to leave for good from his own home for quite a long time. 

The lady, who was conveyed to court on Wednesday, was likewise charged to have resisted arrest. 
Igwe, who live at CBN Estate at Apo in Abuja, is confronting a three-tally charge of ambush, criminal intimidating and opposing legal arrest. 

The Prosecutor, Mr. Fidelix Ogbobe, said the complainant, one Robinson Igwe of Choos Estate, Apo detailed the issue at the Apo Police Station on Aug. 2. 
Ogbobe charged that the litigant was continually exploiting her significant other's physical test to attack him constantly. 

“The defendant always takes advantage of her husband’s disability to assault him. The complainant is a physically challenged person, who uses crutches to walk.

“He has been admitted in hospital because of a head injury as a result of assault and battery from his wife.

“Despite police intervention, the accused had repeatedly beaten her husband at the slighted provocation.’’

The prosecutor said the complainant had appealed to the official of police in Abuja on the issue. 
He said promote that the litigant had likewise slipped off with two youngsters created by the union for over a year to an obscure goal. 

The respondent just returned on Aug. 1, after over a year since she cleared out her marital home and sent the complainant out of his home for a considerable length of time. 
“But when the complainant reported the matter to the police, the defendant resisted arrest on three different occasions until she was finally arrested on the fourth attempt by the police,’’ Ogbobe said.

He also alleged that the defendant had also threatened to kill the complainant.

According to him, the offences contravene Sections 265, 397 and 172 of the Penal Code.
The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty. 
As indicated by him, the offenses contradict Sections 265, 397 and 172 of the Penal Code. 

The litigant, be that as it may, argued not liable. 
The Presiding Judge, Alhaji Umar Kagarko, conceded the respondent safeguard in the aggregate of N20, 000 with one surety in like entirety. 

Kagarko suspended the case until Oct.17.

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