The suspect identified as Alex Onuora, reportedly stabbed the twin brothers, killing one and leaving the other critically wounded as their younger sister refused to have an affair with him. News reports have revealed that the police at Ikotun division are making efforts to arrest a man for allegedly stabbing twin brothers after their sister had spurned his advances. The suspect identified as Alex Onuora, reportedly stabbed the twin brothers, killing one and leaving the other critically wounded their younger sister refused to have an affair with him.
9jaflaver reports that one of the twins had died on the spot while the other has been hospitalised at a hospital in Lagos state. One of the twin victims who had bled to death has been identified as Elvis Mekwa, a Mass communication undergraduate at National Open University of Nigeria, while his twin brother is known as Kene. The duo had reportedly suffered their fate after engaging Onuora and his friend identified simply as, Alia in a fight over their younger sister.
The incident is reported to have taken place in front of a hotel owned by the wife of a popular musician, Segun Adewale which is located at Liasu road at council bus stop in Ikotun area of Lagos. The suspect had allegedly stabbed Elvis with a broken bottle, on the neck causing him to bleed to death, while Kene who had suffered several stab wounds was reportedly rushed to a hospital where doctors are now battling to save his life. It was reports that the scuffles had ensued after their sister had rebuffed an approach by Onuora and Alia who had been trying to lure her into the hotel where they had been drinking, in order to have $€xx with her.
Onuora had reportedly assaulted the girl who had gone home to report the issue to her older twin brothers on that fateful evening. Elvis and Kene had later approached Onuora to know why he assaulted their sister, which had led to exchange of heated words and the ensuing fight. The suspect had taken bottles from the hotel which he broke and used to stab the victims. Correspondents report that the parents of the twins living at no. 5 Olalekan Adekoye street opposite the hotel, off Liasu road in Ikotun, had confirmed the matter but declined speaking on it. Upon a visit to Onuora’s residence at 51 Olalekan Adekoye street, his neighbours had revealed that he had fled after the incident.