March 21, 2019

Domestic Violence: Woman cries out after husband beats her with chains and rapes her

Domestic Violence: Woman cries out after husband beats her with chains and rapes her

A married woman is currently battling for her life after her husband allegedly brutalized her with chains and forcefully raped her at the same time.

This vicious domestic violence was brought to the fore after the woman rushed to the Office of the Public Defender in Lagos State to seek help following the act by her own husband and father of her children.

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According to a Twitter user The Morris Monye Factor with the handle @monye-morris who posted the story his handle, the woman is recovering from complications she got from a recent Caesarian section and despite the pains, the husbands still beat her at the slightest provocation.

@monye_morris who called out for help on behalf of the woman, also claimed that she did not get the required attention for the Lagos State agency which was set up to help people suffering from domestic violence.

This woman's husband has been raping her after a C-Section
This woman’s husband has been raping her after a C-Section

This is what @monye_morris posted:

“This woman was seen today at the Office of the Public Defender, Surulere. Her husband beats her with a chain (YES A CHAIN) anytime they have a misunderstanding.

She is traumatized. Her parents still advise her to stay in the marriage. Pls, she needs help; anyone know welfare link?

Her husband smashed her phones and she is unable to reach anyone for assistance. She also has head injuries.

I have to leave…. She is with her neighbor right now. You can reach her on 08027803088 Public Defender are not doing much.

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She has revealed that she had a C-section and was continually raped by her husband without it even healing.

How do you forcibly sleep with a woman that just did C-section? I would need that welfare link on this right away?”

See the tweet here:

https://twitter.com/monye_morris/status/1065171348614451200

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