Man stabs brother to death over N500 in Lagos

Man stabs brother to death over N500 in Lagos

 

A man has reportedly stabbed his brother to death due to a tussle over N500 change. The tragic event took place in Alimosho, Lagos state on Monday, November 18.

 

According to reports, the brothers engaged in a fierce altercation due to the sum of N500 given to them by their mother. The murder suspect who is currently on the run got angered by this and reportedly broke a glass cup which he used in stabbing his brother in the throat.

 

Unfortunately, the assailant identified as Fortune stabbed his own blood brother, Chinaza to death and has since been on the run.

 

The tragic incident occurred at Tokunbo house in Kamoru street at Alimosho, Lagos state.

 

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Fortune reportedly rushed his brother to the hospital thereafter but he was confirmed dead on arrival.

 

He reportedly escaped from the hospital; changed his cloth upon returning home with the excuse of coming to pick his ATM to withdraw money and disappeared afterwards.

 

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In other news, a mother reportedly stabbed her three children to death in Imo State.

 

Reports gathered that before her husband returned, she had stabbed all their children, killing two instantly; while the third one was rushed to the hospital where she also allegedly died.

 

Meanwhile, the incident has sparked confusion in the community in which it occurred.

 

1st News gathered that some residents have alleged diabolical influence in the shocking incident.

 

A correspondent based in Imo State told 1st News that residents confirmed that the woman and her husband in question; had lived peacefully up until the moment of the fateful incident.

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