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The don explains to Vanguard: “In the olden days, our people married so many wives to help them in farms. As a result, each of the wives had a hut. The man of the house will normally ask one of the wives to leave her hut for the stranger or visitor and join him in his hut because they didn’t have what we call visitors’ room now.
“There is the possibility that the visitor might develop a relationship with the wife due to their closeness, but the man of the house did not give her willingly to the visitor.”
It was gathered that she died during a brief illness in the early hours of Wednesday.
Abba Yaro, the state party chairman, in a statement, reveals that Akire’s death was made available by the acting Publicity Secretary of the party, James Ornguga Yaro.
Yaro, who commiserates with the deceased family over the loss, said burial arrangements would be announced later.
A lecturer in the Department of Linguistics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) Dr David Wayas has lambasted the Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) over a statement credited to it on Benue Killings, describing the group as a bunch of busybodies and noisemakers.
Concise News reports that Wayas said the BMO should concentrate on advising President Muhammadu Buhari’s government on how to move Nigeria forward instead of creating issues to impress their employer.