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Confusion: ‘I did not kill My Hubby’ I still love him – Lady who allegedly set husband ablaze in Osun makes demand in suicide note

Confusion: ‘I did not kill My Hubby’ I still love him – Lady who allegedly set husband ablaze in Osun makes demand in suicide note

Following the death of Ifeoluwa Bamidele, wife who allegedly set ablaze her husband, Bolu over alleged infidelity, more revelations have surfaced owing to the emergence of suicide note she reportedly wrote before her demise.

Recall that the Osun State police command had launched a manhunt to apprehend the wife, Ifeoluwa who was said to be on the run after the tragic incident.

However, the remains of Ifeoluwa were identified by Bode, elder brother to her husband at the morgue of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Hospital, Jaleyemi Osogbo, on Friday.

According to report, Ifeoluwa’s father, some relatives and friends were sighted at the morgue on the hospital premises where Ifeoluwa’s remains were.

Sources in the hospital revealed that the deceased was rushed on Thursday evening from another hospital in Ilesa where she was admitted after taking a poisonous substance.

The source who prefers anonymous stressed that “she (Ifeoluwa) died around 7pm on Thursday. She was rushed in from a hospital in Ilesa after taking a poisonous substance.”

It was also learnt that Ifeoluwa was brought to the hospital by a relation she contacted and revealed her hideout in Ilesa to.

Ifeoluwa in a suicide note she wrote before her demise denied killing her husband.

She also appealed to family and friends of the deceased to investigate the cause of the death.

The note read in part, “I did not kill your friend. You all know. I genuinely loved him and I still do even to the point of my death. Do findings everywhere, Omobaba and Fourty especially, I am counting on you guys. Boluwatife will appreciate this so much.“

As at the filing this report, the spokesperson of the Osun police command, Yemisi Opalola could not be reached.

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