style[amp-boilerplate] Man Bites Off Mother-in-law’s Finger For Scattering His Marriage
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Man Bites Off Mother-in-law’s Finger For Scattering His Marriage

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A 27-year-old, Oluwaseyi Omoniyi, has

vented his anger on his mother-in-law,

Yinka Onigbinde, over her involvement

in the challenges his marriage was

facing by allegedly bitten off one of her

fingers in his home in Lagos during a

scuffle.



CAMPUSNAIJA gathered that Omoniyi

bite her finger hard to the extent that

part of it fell down and could not be

replaced back.



The incident happened at Omoniyi's

residence at 14 Wale Adebayo Street,

Pipeline, Idimu, Lagos. It was gathered

that the mother-in-law went to

Omoniyi's house to take away her

daughter`s property after she had

reportedly encouraged her to leave her

husband.



Our correspondent learnt that Omoniyi

who hails from Kogi State married his

wife from Ondo State and after their

first child, they started having issues

over interference by the wife's family

before the incident happened.

The mother-in-law was taken to the

hospital after serious injury from

Omoniyi's action. The matter was

reported to the police who arrested

and detained Omoniyi.

At the station Omoniyi told the police

that the victim was interfering in his

marriage, a situation that led to the

collapse of the marriage and the wife

packed out of his house.

He said when his wife moved out, she

left some of her property, but the

mother-in-law still came around to take

them away.

CAMPUSNAIJA gathered that it was

during the disagreement and dragging

of the property that the victim pointed

her finger into his mouth and with

anger he bite off one of the fingers.



He was charged before a Magistrate

court sitting in Ejigbo with assault

under the Criminal Code .

He pleaded not guilty .



The presiding Magistrate, Mr A.A.

Fashola, granted him bail in the sum of

N50, 000 with two surties in the like

sum.



He was remanded in prison custody

pending when he will perfect the bail

conditions.The matter was adjourned

till 10 April 2017.
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