A Nigerian man, Segun Rick Mill, who tried protecting his girlfriend from an abuser he identified as Abayomi a.k.a Street, had his lips bitten off in the incident that occurred inn Lagos.
According to Segun who shared the story on his Facebook page, the abuser reportedly took Reffnol before the incident occurred.
Here’s what he wrote;
“This is what this guy did to me … Am trying to defend my girl …. And walk up to me and bite my lips…. He ran immediately….. I reported him to the police …. He took a drug called Reffnol that night .…. I have witness and evidence….”
“This is what a guy named Abayomi popular known as street…. Am trying to defend my girl friend that he keeps calling name …. He was on a drug called reffnol…. please if you see him handle him or report him to the nearest police station …. His name is Called street plz help reshare….”
Here are picture of Segun’s abuser:
This report is coming few days after a 35-year-old man, Kelvin Eyetan popularly called Osama, who allegedly stabbed Alero Eyisan, a 16-year-old girl, over her refusal to date him, on new year eve, has been arrested by the Police in Sapele, Delta State.
Alero, an SS2 student of a public school (name withheld) in town, died the following week. A woman who simply chose to be called Auntie Bose, who claim to be close to the Eyisans, told Saturday Vanguard that;
“Alero went to attend a street carnival at the urban area axis of the town on the 31st of December and Osama, who was in the street carnival too, began his advances. Alero was returning back home around midnight when Osama attacked and stabbed her.
She was first taken to the Central Hospital in Sapele and when the doctors there found out her wound were infested, they referred her to a private Clinic where she died on Wednesday” the source said.
A police source who craved anonymity said Osama was arrested on Wednesday night, when he sneaked into his house to pick some of his things. The Police source said “because we have been keeping watch over his house, we arrested him immediately”.
The Delta State Police Public Relations Officer, Andrew Aniamaka said the investigation was being handled by its homicide department and Osama would be charged to Court as soon as investigation is conclude