Ruth Shodeya, (44) seduced her son-in-law and they engaged in a sex romp in which the daughter, Ifeoluwa Fehintola (280, caught them in the act and stabbed her mom with a knife.
The mother bled generously but died at the hospital she was rushed to for treatment and her corpse deposited at the mortuary for autopsy.
Shodeya allegedly paid more attention to her son-in-law than her grandchildren whom she visited with the wife never knowing it was not love but lust.
The wife went to the market and the mother swung into action with her daughter’s husband.
Fehintola revealed that her mother’s action was not news as she had an extra-large appetite for sex and had always been involved in extramarital affairs even when her legitimate sexual partner was alive.
She disclosed that: “After my father’s death, she got so used to her wayward life that there was no man she couldn’t allow to sleep with her. I couldn’t imagine that she would stoop so low to the level of my husband. She only came to spend two weeks with us and she had already shattered my home for me. I went to the market to buy some food items but when I got back home, I met my husband and my mother on our matrimonial bed. I was so furious that I went straight to the kitchen and reached for a knife. I had wanted to kill both of them; my husband managed to escape but my mother couldn’t as I stabbed her on the chest.”
The dead mother apparently betrayed the trust her daughter reposed in her by allowing her to visit her matrimonial home despite being fully aware of her history as a nymphomaniac.
Her son-in-law may is at large and may not return home any time soon, while her daughter is will face the full wrath of the law – to be prosecuted by the police for murder, an offence which attracts the death penalty.