Una go say Linda don come again with gory picture, but you know what they say 'pictures tell a thousand words'.
I have the photos of the charred remains of the man...but I will share
just one photo that isn't too bad. Before that, here's the story...
A woman named Esther Peter (pictured above) on Tuesday April 16th
allegedly killed her husband, Kenneth Peter Anayo, then set his body on
fire at their home at NEPA
Phase I Road, Ijagemo, around the Ikotun area of Lagos. Neighbours said
the couple was always fighting in public and in fact there was a serious
fight between them a few days before the Tuesday incident, where Esther
stabbed her husband with a broken bottle and he had to be treated at
the hospital. Neighbours said they noticed that Esther and Peter's room
was on fire around 2am that Tuesday morning and when they went there to
help, they noticed that the room was locked from the outside. They
managed to break down the door, and that was when they saw the burnt
remains of Kenneth. Esther and her son were nowhere to be found.
Esther was later found around the area with her belongings in a bag
trying to escape. Neighbours handed her over to the police from the
Isheri-Oshun division, who later came to remove Kenneth's remains. (A
LIB reader was there live and took some photos). Esther, who is from
Cross River told police that the fire was caused by the candle lit in
their room while she
went to fetch water but couldn't explain why the door was locked from
the outside and why she had all belongings in a bag. Police say they
have every reason to believe Kenneth was killed being burnt.
The case is being handled by the State Criminal Investigation Department,
SCID, Panti, Yaba, Lagos. See the photo after the cut...but viewer discretion advised!
You can see the man's burnt legs from underneath the sheets.
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