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Woman Seeks Police Help Over Husband’s Addiction To Aphrodisiac




A married woman, Mrs Ijeoma Uduchukwu, has sought the help of operatives in Ikotun Division of Lagos State Police Command over her husband’s constant use of enhancement drug whenever he has sexual intercourse with her.

LEADERSHIP Weekend reports that after she reported the matter to the police, they ordered her husband to vacate his matrimonial home in order to save her life and protect their two children. It was gathered that the police decided to adopt the temporary measure in order to maintain peace between the couple.

According to the report, last week, Solomon chased his wife and his two children away because she refused him sex after she discovered that he usually took sex-enhancing drugs before sleeping with her.

She alleged that after Solomon took those enhancing drugs, he would make love to her for over two hours and at a time, according to her, she almost died in the process because of long period of sex.

She then proceeded to investigate what made him to last much longer unlike in the past and discovered that he was taking enhancing drugs before the romps.

As usual, Solomon took the drugs and attempted to touch Ijeoma but she refused and told him that she would never allow him to sleep with her because he was taking drugs.

In the morning, Solomon chased her and their two children away from the house and locked up the place, claiming that he no longer wanted them. The attention of neighbours and an NGO were drawn to the action and the matter got reported to the police.

When our correspondent visited their house at Prophet Amowo Street, Onitire bus stop in Abaranje, Ikotun area of Lagos, both the wife and children were stranded outside until the police came, forced the door open and took them back into the house.

Solomon later went to the police station and was told by the police to find a place to stay because his action had affected the children and wife, psychologically and emotionally, and they were afraid