Imagine that these are newly wedded couple and to the wife the husband is already demanding for too much sex, what if they have been married for say 5 years. Only God knows what might have happened!
The newly wedded wife, Jamila Saidu Umar is now in police cell in Katsina State after being arrested for pouring hot water on her husband, Aminu Umar, during an argument over sex as It was gathered that Umar incurred his wife’s wrath when he accused her of not performing to his expectation in bed.
“My husband had sex with me many times and on each occasion after the act, I would have to use hot water to treat the wound I sustained during the sex.
“My husband loves sex too much and there is no day he would have sex with me that I would not be treating wounds in my body with hot water.
“He complained that I didn’t satisfy him in the bed and that if I must remain with him I must agree to have sex and satisfy him always. I don’t know why he loves sex so much.”
She further explained that an argument ensued between her and her husband on the day of the incident over sex.
“He kept accusing me of not performing to his satisfaction in bed and he started beating me.
“Suddenly I remembered that I had hot water on fire, which I was preparing for his bath. I rushed to the kitchen in annoyance and carried the hot water and poured all on him.”
“Neighbours who were nearby rushed in and rescued him and took him to the General Hospital in Katsina where he is receiving treatment.”
Narrating his ordeal, the victim, Aminu Umar said, “I instructed my wife to prepare hot water for me to bathe and we had a quarrel. My wife suddenly rushed into the kitchen and carried the hot water and before I knew what was happening, poured the hot water on me. I began to shout for help but she continued pouring the hot water on me.
“As I was shouting for help, the good people in the neighbourhood came to my rescue.”
Speaking on the incident, the Katsina State Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Hurdi , said the ugly incident occurred about 10.00am in the Quarter Area of Katsina.
According to the commissioner after corrobating what the suspect said, hr further explained it was the husband’s cry for help that attracted good Samaritans who rescued and rushed him to the General Hospital in Katsina where he is receiving treatment.