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Delta Market Chairman Dies During Romp With Wife’s Salesgirl

Delta Market Chairman Dies

Delta Market Chairman Dies

Chairman of Igbudu Market Mile ‘2’ in Warri South council area of Delta state simply identified as Okpako has reportedly died during a sexual romp with his wife’s salesgirl.

Empiregist News gathered that Okpako died at a hotel (name withheld) located at Odibo Extension in the Igbudu area of Warri on Sunday, July 4. The details surrounding the incident are still sketchy as of the time of filing this report.

According to reports, a source said his death occurred the planned sexual escapade.

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“It’s like he took some drugs as well as Indian hemp. I learnt he ran out of the hotel room like someone who wanted to die.

“They rushed him they knew it, he went unconscious. He was confirmed dead in the hospital.”

However, a member of the community said the deceased died during the sexual intercourse. The source told The Nation that he took hard drugs and smoked heavily before the incident, adding the young lady ran out to call for help when she noticed the was dying.

A similar incident was said to have occurred last month involving a butcher simply identified as Victor and his friend’s ex-wife, Julie in Oghara, Ethiope West council area.

The acting spokesperson of the state police command, DSP Edafe Bright, who confirmed the incident said the salesgirl has been taken into custody.

“It is confirmed. The died in a particular hotel. While we cannot tell for sure until autopsy, I think he took some drugs” Edafe said

 

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