Family cry out as a widower is illegally detained alongside his sister-in-law over his wife's death

Family cry out as a widower is illegally detained alongside his sister-in-law over his wife's death



The family members of a man grieving the death of his wife have cried out over the arrest of the widower and the sister of the late wife.



Jude Osuhor, from Umunede, Delta State, lost his wife Vivian Osuhor (nee Efifie), 35, from Agulu, Anambra state, on September 14, 2021. She died in a hospital in Lagos and the autopsy carried out on her said she died from complications that she developed from the miscarriage of an eight weeks pregnancy.



A medical report issued by Dr Oyetunde Oyeyinka revealed that Vivian suffered from Fibroid Menorrhagia, Septicemia and Diabetic Ketoacidosis which resulted in complications that eventually took her life.



However, Vivian's youngest sister, Loveth Efifie, did not agree with the autopsy report and she reported to the police that her sister's husband had killed her sister. She also roped in her blood sister, Happiness Efifie, who lived with the deceased before her death.







Jude Osuhor and his late wife's sister, Happiness, were arrested by police after the deceased's younger sister reported to the police.



The duo were reportedly transferred from Lagos to Abuja on October 4, 2021, where they were granted bail after the investigation by the police failed to reveal a concrete reason for their continued detention.



It was gathered that Justice I. E. Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja, had on November 5, 2021, in Suits Nos. FHC/ABJ/CS/1289/2021 and FHC/ABJ/CS/1290/2021 ordered that Jude Osuhor and Happiness Efifie be released from the detention of the FCIID.



But after their return to Lagos following the bail, the duo were said to have been invited by the police in Abuja who paid for their one-way Air Peace tickets for "a chat" with DIG Joseph Egbunike of FCIID on October 15.Latest Post
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