Monday, September 15, 2014

Edo Senator’s Wife-To-Be Dies Mysteriously Just 1 Month To Their Wedding

Dupsy as she was fondly called by many of her friends and associates was a very quiet society babe who operated on the highest level in Abuja. Until her death, she dealt in properties, helping a lot of National Assembly members to acquire properties in Abuja and other parts of the world. Not many people knew that she was single and that she came to Abuja as a personal aide to an Edo Senator who later had to relieve her of the post when the noise from his wife became too much.

According to a source who told City People that the major problem with the late big babe was her relationship with the Senator which got his wife on Dupe Sanni virtually all the time. At a point, the senator’s wife was said to have even moved out of her matrimonial home asking him to bring in Dupe but she eventually moved back as she was pacified by family members and friends.

Sources disclosed that Dupe had a firm grip of the senator as she managed his finances as a former banker. She was also said to be exact opposite of his wife whose lifestyle revolves round spending and spending. Obviously, the senator’s wife saw the late former banker as a threat and when eventually she overheard that her husband was bent on taking her as a second wife, she reportedly sent warnings through the Senator’s aides to the lady that over her dead body would the marriage materialize.

When Dupe confronted the senator with his wife’s threats, family sources claimed that he waived it aside but sacked the aide who brought the message. The lady was said to have died after complaining of serious headache and later taking normal medications in the first week of this month.
 According to reports she had not less than four properties of her own scattered in Abuja suburbs as well as shops in major business areas in the city. More importantly however are the properties she managed for the senator as well as his friends.


Eddy Duke said...

Juju at work.

Oge chukwura said...

Something is fishing