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Jealous lady on the run after killing boyfriend for dating her friend

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Jealous lady on the run after killing boyfriend for dating her friend

Men of the Nigerian police are now on the hunt for a lady identified as Boma Mac-Pepple for stabbing her boyfriend Nathan Okojaja, aka Junior, to death after alleging that he beat her and was dating her friend.

Reports say Boma confronted her lover over the allegation that he was dating her friend and the exchange later degenerated into a fight between them with the girl allegedly sustaining injuries.

However, in her bid to bring her lover to justice, Boma took to Facebook around 10.44 am on the same day, calling on her friends to help her locate her estranged lover, Nathan.

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“Any one that sees this boy should not hesitate to call my line 08119**** or 0808280****because every criminal or cult member must be brought to justice, for any crime he committed.

“You won’t regret giving me information. Thanks. Do that for my life…my life is in your hands now,” she had said in the Facebook post where she also pasted the picture of the victim.

According to reports, Boma later found Nathan at about 10:00 pm on the same day and another fight ensued where she allegedly stabbed him to death and fled the scene of the incident.

Confirming the incident, Omoni Nnamdi, the state Police Public Relations Officer, said a manhunt for the suspect is currently underway while he also called on members of the public who have information as to the whereabouts of the suspect to come forward and provide information.

“They were lovers and they had a disagreement, which resulted in a fight. The young man was killed in the process. We are already searching for her,” he said.

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