A young undergraduate has been reportedly beaten to death by a woman who had a baby for him during a fight.
Friends and family of a young man have been thrown into tears and mourning after he was reportedly beaten to death by a woman who had a baby for him.
The deceased, Morrison Akinbule said to be a 300-Level student of Caleb University, a private tertiary institution in Lagos, was said to have been beaten to death by the baby mama whose name was given as Chidinma, at his house.
According to a neighbour who identified herself as Mia Seren, the deceased and Chidinma had just come back after an outing when a quarrel ensued between them, leading to the fatal fight that took his life.
Narrating how the tragic incident happened, Seren said:
“It happened on Sunday, September 24, 2017. Morrison went for a party and came back around 9 pm. Chidinma was not at home when Morrison came back, so he called her to ask her where she was.
They planned to meet at a place and when they came back, they were with a Mr. Biggs nylon and went into their room.
Like 30 minutes later, we heard them fighting in the room and somebody was hitting someone’s head on the wall. When we rushed there and called on Chidinma to open the door, but she refused.
Later we did not hear their voices again. Like 30 minutes later, she opened the door and some neighbours entered the room and saw Morrison on the floor. He was unconscious and he had an injury on his head with a cloth tied around his neck.
We rushed him to the hospital but by the time we got there, he had given up the ghost."
A friend of the deceased, Adewunmi Gabriel, who is still pained by his passing, also penned a touching tribute for him on his Facebook page:
"I want you to know that I think of you every day. I want you to know that I miss you more than anything, and I would give anything to talk to you one last time.
I still remember the last time that I saw you on Sunday, September 24. You were leaving for a party and I begged you not to leave.
You started cracking dry jokes… I knew I would miss you, knew it would be a while until I saw you again.
For some reason, we hugged… it was not until yesterday morning that our friend, Edet, told me you died that Sunday night.
I still can't believe this; I have been crying since. I can't even get a good sleep without thinking about you. You had great plans for your future. You told me you wanted to be the youngest president in Nigeria.
Looking back now, I wish I would have spent more time with you, shared more stories with you, and made more memories.
But death took you from us… you were our own Diego Costa, the best player in Gbagada.
Thank you for being a brother, a best friend and for being the most influential person I’ve ever met; for accepting and loving everyone and for being someone that impacted the lives of so many.
You will never be forgotten. I will always love you, bro. Goodnight, Morrison Akinbule,
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