Nigerian Man Kills Girlfriend In Jos Over Valentine’s Day (Graphic Photo)

NigeriaTrends.com — This is the type of tragic trends that make people say ‘wonders shall never end’, as a Nigerian man killed his girlfriend in Jos over Valentine’s Day saga; NigeriaTrends.com have gathered. Viewers discretion advised when viewing graphic photo of the deceased victim.

OAP Bello Lukman of Unity FM 93.3 FM Jos shared this tragic story on his Facebook wall yesterday (February 20th, 2016). He said a man who lives in Jos, Plateau State, killed his girlfriend because she didn’t spend Valentine with him on February 14.

Boyfriend kills Girlfriend on Valentine's Day in Nigeria

Boyfriend kills Girlfriend on Valentine’s Day in Nigeria

Here’s how OAP Bello Lukman of Unity FM (93.3 FM), reported the tragic incident:

“Look out story :Dele and Nanchin were in a four year relationship. They both grew up in Fudawa area of Jos. Dele is highly temperamental, he beats her after every provocation despite the fact that she was the one that feeds him most times.
In December last year, she told him she wants to quit but he refused. He was still coming.

On Valentines day, he expected them to be together but she went out without him. This made him angry and infuriated. He waited until 11 pm but she refused to come back knowing fully well that he will beat her as usual. As early as 7am, he was in her house in Tina Junction.. After eating breakfast, it was her dead body that was found when he left her house. I pray you , your relative and family members never experience such…” – Bello Lukman reported via his Facebook Page.

See graphic photo of the deceased girlfriend below.

Nigerian man kills Girlfriend

Woman killed by her jealous boyfriend for ditching him on Valentine’s Day

Further information gathered from Bello Lukman’s Facebook Page revealed the suspect is now in police custody.

What kind of punishment do you think the heartless boyfriend deserves for killing his girlfriend?


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