She Caught Her Friend Having s*x With Her Boyfriend, What She Did Next Is Shocking

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Stupefaction enveloped residents of Obieruku, in Ukwani LGA of Delta State on Saturday when the Uncl*d photographs of a 20 year old girl identified as Ifeoma (surname removed) flooded the nooks and crannies of the area.

Ifeoma was said to have allegedly snatched the boyfriend of her close friend and was disgraced by hired suspected female cultists who str*ped her Uncl*d inside a forest after she was molested.



It was reliably gathered that Ifeoma, one of the daughters of a furniture maker along Amai road, popularly called Abacha in Obieruku was allegedly forced and str*ped Uncl*d for daring ‘‘to sleep with her friend ‘s boyfriend in the area.’’

Trouble stated when Ifeoma was said to have left her father’s house and moved into a friend’s (Faith) abode after a minor disagreement with the father.

Sources said that both friends lived together happily like sisters until Faith’s boyfriend (named withheld) who lives in Asaba visited Obiaruku to see his girlfriend where he met Ifeoma alone in the house.

It was said that one thing led to another and Ifeoma and the said boyfriend became engrossed in an amorous act while both awaited the arrival of Faith.

The man had insisted to pass the night in the house, ‘‘an offer that was gladly received by Ifeoma who had allegedly seduced him with her skimpy dress.

It was further gathered that during the night the loverboy and Ifeoma engaged in a web of fragile romance and love making.

Unfortunately, while they were locked in passion, Faith suddenly bumped into them. In anger she had attacked them and subsequently sent her friend packing.

Reports said that few days later Ifeoma was waylaid by six cult girls on her way home from the church during night fall, str*pped and beaten up and her Uncl*d pictures circulated in the community.

A human rights activists, Linus Okolo condemned the act of str*pping the girl Uncl*d as inhuman, barbaric and a gross violation of Section 34, Sub-Section 1 of the 1990 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Source: Leadership

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