A 32 year old man, Obagie Ikede narrowly escaped death in Sapele after his lover, Nunu Allround, a 30 year old mother of two slit his throat with razor blade for daring to end their three months old relationship.


The incident was said to have happened on Wednesday night at the Amukpe area of the town has left the lover boy battling for his life at a private hospital in Sapele, Delta State.

According to a source, Nunu, a mother of two, has been dating Obagie for the past three months, “she has been very obsessive, each time she visit him and sees a girl in his apartment, she will start shouting threatening to maim the girl and her boyfriend” said the source, who called himself Rex and claim to be a family friend to the Ikedes.

Trouble started weeks ago when Obagie was said to be fed up with her attitude, decided to end the relationship because of her constant nagging.

Nunu, who is alleged to be dating other men, was said to have refused to accept Obagie’s decision to end the relationship since they are not compatible.
Our source stated further, “Nunu was mad at Obagie and the day he went to break the news that he was no more interested, Nunu was shaking with tears, insisting she was still interested in the relationship but Obagie refused.”

According to the source when her plea failed Nunu allegedly slit his lover’s throat with a new razor blade at night when Obagie went to confront her in a friend’s house when he was told that she was planning to attack the new girl he was dating, ”now see what she has done to him.”

All attempt to reach Police PRO, Delta state command was unsuccessful as call to his mobile didn’t connect, a source at the Sapele Police Station told our correspondent that, ‘‘the case is yet to be reported to us.”

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