A Police Sergeant, Jude Nwadudu, attached to Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS), Ikeja, Lagos State, breathed his last at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi- Araba, where he was rushed to after he was said to have collapsed in a hotel located at the Iju area of the state, after a marathon sex with the wife of a colleague, said to be a Corporal.
It was reported that the Jude Nwadudu, a father of four, had gone to the hotel with the woman whose husband lives in the same barracks as the deceased, to crown the Easter celebrations with some memorable rounds of sex, but unfortunately met his waterloo.
The couple’s rendezvous reportedly took the least expected turn when after some rounds of sex with his secret lover, Nwadudu went into the bathroom to shower but accidentally slipped, hit his head on the tiled floor and became unconcious.
Noticing what had happened, his lover and ‘partner in crime’ was said to have raised an alarm which attracted the attention of members of staff of the hotel and the late officer was rushed to a close hospital, from where he was later transferred to LUTH, where he eventually died on Easter Sunday.
Nwadudu’s married lover was reported to have been invited for questioning but was later released after her statement was taken. But for some reasons, her release has not gone down well with Nwadudu’s widow who is also a Sergeant in the Police Force, as she insists that her husband’s mistress should be held accountable for his demise.
According to reports from a neighbour of the deceased, the Corporal (husband of Nwadudu’s lover), had at one time accused him of having an amorous relationship with his wife, an allegation that both late Jude Nwadudu and the woman bluntly denied, almost leading to a fight between the officers.
A colleague of the deceased in the barracks, however suspects that the Corporal must have laced his wife with a very powerful charm known as ‘Magun’, which is used to curb promiscuity by married women. He said:
“Now that he is dead, some people are attributing it to magun (charm). The Corporal has since chased his wife away.”
Nwadudu was recently transferred to FSARS from Kogi State and was among the policemen that fought cross-border armed robbers last week at Seme, a battle which led to the death of six suspected robbers. He was described as gentle, easy going and respectful.