Recently, we posted a picture of a lady who was allegedly beaten to pulp by her husband. As we all know, there are are always two sides to a story. IMO STATE BLOG.com set out asking questions to ascertain the identity of this young Nigerian woman that was allegedly panel beaten by her husband in Lagos. It was said that her jaw was dislocated and she could barely utter a word. Two days later, nothing seemed forth coming as a follow up to the womanâ€™s plight.
How can such a story hold us for work like this? Mba nu!! Not when itâ€™s published on IMO STATE BLOG!!! Armed with our Biro and exercise book, we headed into the streets seeking info on the low down.
Further investigations to the â€œstoryâ€ revealed that the lady was neither a Nigerian nor beaten by her husband. According to our findings, the lady was a transvestite who went by the name, Barbara Paola. He/She was murdered in Honduras. This incident was reported in 2009. For those of us who can read in Spanish, please proceed to this link to learn about the incident which led to her death.
While many of us are relieved that this incident was not an another issue of domestic violence recorded in Nigeria, it doesnâ€™t erase the fact that the cases of domestic violence in the country are on the rise. The picture of this wo/man is not different from the ones we see in Nigeria.
Not to digress.
Following the conclusion of our investigation, we deemed it appropriate to publish our findings. If you shared the previous story with your contacts, kindly do the same on this article. Both articles will be cross-linked.
Itâ€™s quite amazing to see how hard times and austerity can strike up the real beast in humans both in those that claim to be most civilized and their counterparts that are regarded to be less civilized.
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