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Policeman Chops Off Pregnant Wife’s Hand For Refusing To Give Him 3K Out Of 20K Savings

An  Angry Nigerian Police Officer Cut Off his wife’s hand because she refused to give him N3000 out of the N20,000 he gave her for safekeeping. Heard he’s now under police custody in Jos, Plateau State for further investigation and Prosecution.
The Police Inspector whose name is yet to be ascertained has allegedly cut off his wife’s hand over what was confirmed as “a minor disagreement over N20,000”.

It was gathered that the said Inspector left the money at home in the Dong area of Jos North local government area of Plateau State and when he came looking for the money, an argument ensued leading to him turning violent.

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The State Police Command confirmed that the suspect has been picked up and investigation is ongoing.

The Police Spokesman, DSP Alfred Alabo told newsmen on the phone that the Command is aware of the incident saying, “We are aware of the incident, the man is an Inspector. Right now, he is at the State CID and the investigation is ongoing.

“He has a minor misunderstanding with his wife over some money. They had an argument over some N20,000 he kept in the house and he said he was looking for the money to do something and an argument ensued. The case is under investigation.”

However, the woman is hospitalized as a neighbour who didn’t want to be named said, “The wife is pregnant, she refused to give the man N3,000 from the N20,000. The argument was heated and before we knew it, the man cut off her hand. No one can say why he did that but we were concerned about her she was rushed to a hospital.”

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