Theresa Okolie, a 32-year-old housewife and mother of two is currently going through tough times as she has been thrown out of her matrimonial home over persistent body odour in Ogbe-Osowe quarters in Asaba, Delta State.
The incident which occurred on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 was said to have been carried out by suspected thugs allegedly hired by her husband (names withheld).
According to Okolie, the offensive odour started developing after she returned from her mother-in-law’s burial in Benin city, Edo state.
Leadership newspapers reports:
It would be recalled that sometime two months ago, a housewife in Ugbolu community was sacked for alleged body odour, a situation that was attributed to mysterious act.
But it was gathered that trouble started for the latest victim, a mother of two children when she started noticing rashes all over her body; a situation she thought was mere heat rashes and did not bother to follow it up.
Expectedly, while the mysterious rashes persisted, the housewife was said to have consulted a local patent medicine seller who prescribed some drugs that she immediately bought but after two weeks of use, there was no remedy.
Speaking to our correspondent, the husband who did not want his name in the print, dispelled as untrue, insinuations that he hired some thugs to remove her property from the house; saying that those who removed her property were not thugs rather they were his relations living in the same house and couldn’t help but to ask her to go and treat herself.