Three Women Arrested & Jailed For Fighting Over A Man In Lagos

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Three women have been arraigned before an Ijeshatedo Magistrate court and ordered by the judge, Mrs F.O Abegunde to be remanded in prison for fighting over a man.

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The women identified as 37-year-old Joy Morkoha, 26-year-old Blessing Ugboh and 25-year-old Tina Osakwe who were arrested last week at Shobowale Street in Ilasa area of Lagos state for fighting in public over a man identified as Folarin Tayo were charged with causing public disturbance.

Apparently the man who is the cause of the fight was said to have dated the three women without any of them suspecting anything. When the truth about his escapades broke out a quarrel ensued with each woman wanting to have him all to herself.

Although one of the women suggested that they should continue their secret relationship with Tayo, but the others were not in support which led to a fight among the women, with them getting injured in the process.

The Police intervened, took them to Olosun division where the police attempted to settle the matter amicably but attempts to resolve the matter failed.

Mrs F.O Abegunde granted them bail in the sum of N50,000 with one surety in like sum but none of the suspects could fulfill the bail condition.

The matter was adjourned till June 16th, 2014.

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