Tragedy struck at Akenfa, a suburb of Yenagoa metropolis, Bayelsa State following the stabbing to death of a lawyer.
The life of a legal practitioner, Mr. Henry Gagariga, was last week Thursday cut short by his wife Victoria who tragically stabbed him to death.
Victoria, 28, sent the 33-year-old Gagariga to his untimely grave at their residence along Ebisam Road in Akenfa. She allegedly stabbed him on the neck with a kitchen knife following a quarrel caused by “A minor domestic disagreement.”
Sources said the duo cohabited for some years before legalizing their union in Yenagoa last year in June 2014. It was gathered that their union had yet to produce children. Gagariga was said to have lost a lot of blood and later died at a hospital where he was rushed to for treatment.
Victoria was identified as a daughter of a retired director in the state Ministry of Information from Brass local government area of the state. She is said to be an employee of the Bayelsa State Council for Arts and Culture.
Her deceased husband was an indigene of Sagbama local government area of the state. The state’s Police Public Relations Officer, Asinim Butswat, confirmed the incident.