I didn’t mean to kill my wife with punches because of $ex.
The Murder has explained how he killed his 30-year-old girlfriend, Winifred Happiness, and dumped her body in a well.
Shagbada Erigga made the confession on Tuesday when he was paraded alongside 32 other suspects for various criminal offences at the Oyo State Police Command headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan.
The incident, according to him, happened during a visit by the deceased to his house in Oritoke area of Ojoo, Ibadan, Oyo state Capital
He said he attacked Happiness because she denied him $ex.
“She came to my house on Sunday around 7 p.m. After we took our bath, I demanded for $ex but she refused and that was what led to the misunderstanding. I told her that every time I wanted to have $ex with her would I be begging her? I slapped her and she slapped me back.
“I later gave her three blows on her neck and she fell down and started bleeding. After she died, I took her body and dumped it inside a well. I was caught after one of my neighbours came back from work in the night and wanted to fetched water from the well,
“My neighbour now discovered that the water had been polluted and bringing bad odour, the water was traced and that was how it was discovered that a lady was thrown inside the well. I was later arrested after the case was reported to the police,” the suspects told journalists.
The police said exhibits recovered from the suspects include one cell phone, a wristwatch, chain, hand bag, undies, door key, and a sandal.
It has not been easy for the Popular Nigerian Dubai-based Big Boy, Hushpuppi as he is Wanted in 47 Countries with lists of Prominent People he worked with, as 47 countries allegedly fighting for his custody.
These announcements were made by Popular Nigerian Independent Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo on Thursday Evening 2th June 2020.
Recap Kemi was the first announcer of Hushpuppi’s arrest before it hits Nigerian Mainstream Media.
She also revealed days ago that Hushpuppi and his fellow, have been extradited to the US which was later confirmed today by the Dubai Police.
The Oyo State native who claims to have reliable intel in the Interpol and FBI has now said that 47 countries of the world are currently battling to have the alleged fraudster in their custody.
She also revealed that Hushpuppi has named several crime partners he has been laundering money for.
Kemi then revealed the following names without surnames; “Linda”, “Dino”, “Bukola” as some of the persons Hushpuppi admitted to having laundered money for, with “huge percentage cuts”.
The journalist revealed that the Covid-19 pandemic is what is delaying their arrest for the meantime.
Read her account below: Hushpuppi is Wanted in 47 Countries