Banker arrested for sending assassins to kill her ex-husband

1547, Banker arrested for sending assassins to kill her ex-husband

A banker with a new generation bank, Oluchi Tochukwu, has been arrested for allegedly sending assassins to kill her ex-husband, Tochukwu Onyebuchi.

The ex-couple are in court over the custody of the only child they had together, their 3-year-old daughter.

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Two men, Chigozie Smart (32) and Kingsley Ikechukwu (36) were on Wednesday alongside Oluchi, paraded by the Ogun State Police Command.

The 32-year-old banker was alleged to have hired Smart and Ikechukwu to kill her ex-husband.

“One Oluchi, a 32-year-old banker, who is married to one Tochukwu Onyebuchi years ago, got separated from her husband following some matrimonial problems.

“The custody of their only child is currently being contested in the court but Oluchi has another plan.

“She connived with the trio of Chigozie Smart, Kingsley Ikechukwy and one other who is now at large to eliminate her husband.

“She arranged for the weapons which includes cutlass, iron rods and acid which she kept in her husband’s compound at Ayobo area of Lagos State and described where she kept it to the assailants.

“The suspects went there on Wednesday as planned and matcheted the man severally on his head and poured the acid on him.

“The suspects thereafter abandoned the victim and took away his range Rover Jeep which Oluchi instructed them to drop at her brother’s place in Onitsha, Anambra State.

“Luck ran against them when a patrol team of the Ogun State command on Wednesday sighted the vehicle along the Ijebu-Ode/Benin expressway and stopped it for search.

“While searching the vehicle, blood stain was seen and the two occupants were unable to give satisfactory account of the blood stain, hence, they were arrested.

“It was during interrogation that the suspects revealed all that transpired to the police,” the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu narrated this to newsmen.

The commissioner’s narrative was however denied by Oluchi,

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