Husband chains wife to generating set as punishment

Obiageli Ajaero
Obiageli Ajaero

A 37-year old man, Ifeanyi Ajaero, has been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly chaining his wife to a generating set as punishment for alleged wrongdoing.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, who confirmed the incident to PREMIUM TIMES, said the incident happened at the couple’s home in the Ewuuluwo area of Sagamu town.

He said the suspect, who was a member of the disbanded merchant navy, used handcuff to chain his 28-year old wife, Obiageli, to a generating set after beating her severely.

The police said Obiageli remained chained to the device till daybreak and that she was already seriously weak when she was rescued.

Mr. Oyeyemi said neighbours, who claimed to have witnessed frequent beaten of the wife by the suspect, alerted the police of the incident upon which the Divisional Police Officer for Sagamu, Aduroja Moses, led his men to the scene, rescuing the victim and arresting her husband.

“On interrogation, he admitted chaining the woman to generator, but he claimed his action was for self-defence,” the spokesperson said.

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Ifeanyi Ajaero

He added that the Commissioner of Police for Ogun State, Ahmed Iliyasu, quoted as describing the action of the suspect as the height of wickedness, immediately ordered the transfer of the case to the Anti Human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit of the State Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution.

“The Commissioner of Police therefore warn residents of the state that the command will not tolerate any act of domestic violence no matter who is involved,” Mr. Oyeyemi said.


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  • Abdullah Musa

    Atimes the face tells you about a person’s mind.
    By the horror of the act, a tribe came to my mind.
    I was not wrong.

    • udemeobong

      How do you mean. Do you know where this wicked guy is from?

    • aisha ani

      You were doing okay until the second sentence, it could have been any tribe.

      • Abdullah Musa

        It could have been any tribe but the probability is more with a particular tribe.
        A man from that tribe jabbed his wife with broken bottle on her private part.
        A medical doctor from that tribe kept punching a woman because she blocked his car in a parking lot.
        A thief from that tribe killed over 200 people. He killed his estranged girlfriend and her entire family.
        Majority of members of that tribe cannot control their anger.

        • Message66

          It amazes me sometimes when you people from up north try casting blames on others particularly Igbos. If it’s blood letting and hard core mass cold blooded killings, no one in Africa, not one; holds up like you guys. it will be a waste of time for me to list figures and numbers of the mass killings in the north without a single arrest or prosection. The whole world already knows what’s obtainable up north.
          So next time you try throwing a punch at Igbos, remember, those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones!

          • Abdullah Musa

            Apologies if you feel slighted.
            But I concentrated on individual conduct, not mob action.
            If you say it is easier for a Hausa man to be a beggar than an Igbo, you think I will disagree with you?
            Own up, you are highly violence-prone as individuals.

          • Message66

            You are being wise by half. Insulting Igbos and claiming to attack an individual:
            It could have been any tribe but the probability is more with a “particular tribe”.
            A man from that “tribe” jabbed his wife with broken bottle on her private part.
            A medical doctor from that “tribe” kept punching a woman because she blocked his car in a parking lot.
            “A thief from that tribe” killed over 200 people. He killed his estranged girlfriend and her entire family.
            “Majority of members of that tribe” cannot control their anger.

            You know whats funny, this happens to any body from any ethnic coloration in the world. But the usual Hausa/Fulani/Yoruba diatribe against Igbos is the problem with you guys
            Now compare this: Since Buhari came to power, killings of Christians in the north has increased by 62%. The north (living among the hausa/fulanis) is the most deadly place for Christians today. Not even Syria can compare.
            There’s still more but I’ll stop here for now.

          • Abdullah Musa

            No intention to insult any tribe.
            But you should welcome an opportunity for introspection.
            I cited examples of individual’s extreme cruelty.
            The killings in the North are political, even though you may not accept it.
            Your religious leaders should rise up to the challenge.

          • Message66

            Oh boy. No point following up. Thanks.

    • paul irumundomon

      He may also have a fake name, his face proved that.

  • Boss

    This is one thing that should give a clue to Nigerians about the brutality of the uniformed personnel to Nigerians. Imagine what this man can do if he is in the Army. Many of the people in the military uniform are not fit to be in there. Some are sociopaths who delight in inflicting pain on others.
    It is time Nigerians through their representatives demanded a thorough psychological evaluation of people to be recruited into the uniformed services.

  • C3kwe

    Ugly wicked sod.

  • Gerald Okoduwa

    Women are suffering. How did she agree to marry this chimpanzee?