Maryam Sanda: Man says his wife should be allowed to live if she ever kills him

Maryam Sanda: Man says his wife should be allowed to live if she ever kills him

- A Nigerian doctor has taken to social media to reveal what should happen if his wife ever kills him

- According to the man identified as Ushakuma Anenga, she should be set free to take care of their kids

- Anenga's post comes shortly after Maryam Sanda was sentenced to death for killing her husband

Earlier on, reported that Maryam Sanda was found guilty of killing her husband Bilyaminu Bello. As a result of this, the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, on Monday, January 27, sentenced her to death by hanging.

Following the mixed reactions her sentence got on social media, a Nigerian doctor identified as Anenya Ushakuma Michael, has stated in clear terms that if his wife ever kills him, she should be allowed to live and care for their children.

He wrote: "I know my wife will never kill me. But if for any reason this happens, let her be allowed to live and take care of my children. This is me Dr Anenga Ushakuma Michael writing this, and I want this tweet to be admissible in court as evidence."

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He continued: "I'm talking about MY WIFE, not any other person's wife. If you can't say same about your wife, too bad, but mine should be given a second chance, if possible."

Still on the issue, a Nigerian activist identified as Rahama (@Forever_Rayyan) on Twitter, has taken to the micro-blogging site to show support to Maryam. According to Rahama, men are demonic and can push one to extreme lengths.

She added that Maryam’s life matters in this case and that her husband misbehaved which led to her stabbing him in anger.

Rahama reiterated that she stands with Maryam and that even though she killed her husband, it is not a reason for them to pay evil with evil.

She added that because Bilyaminu Bello’s father is a former PDP chairman does not mean Maryam does not have rights.

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Meanwhile, popular Nigerian actress Toyin Abraham has expressed sadness over the court sentence given to Maryam Sanda.

Abraham used the sad incident to advise people to let relationships go if it is not working for them. She said people would mock them but they should still leave.

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