The swollen body of madam Yeanoh Bangura of First Street at Kissy, Freetown,was found lying on the street early Monday morning as she was left naked with a long stick found in her virgina and blood running all over her face.
Sources have it that the victim,Yeanoh Bangura, has over the past weeks been in serious conflict with her husband, Sitta Samura, who is currently in detention at the Kissy Police station in connection with the matter,despite his denial of having any idea of his wife’s inhuman treatement.
According to the victim’s son, Alpha Kargbo who returned to his mother’s home on Sunday evening after staying away for some days, explained that his step-Father has for some time been threatening his mother for something he did not know.
The victim,was however rushed to the Rokupa Government Hospital but later referred to the Connaught Hospital due to the seriousness of her case after excessive bleeding and the sustainance of some injury both on her feet and body, the Doctor’s report stated, adding that there is no certainty of her survival, considering the gravity of her tital unconsciousness.
According to the Kissy Local Policing Patnership Board Chairman,Mr Med Kay,who rescued the victim to the Rokupa Hospital, he maintained that on receiving the information that a woman has been mercilessly beaten with fire-wood and other dangerous weapons, he was tipped that some of the suspected agents had flee the environment of the incident but the home of the husband later was condommed by the police.The matter is under police investigations as the husband has been detaned
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