A spouse has been accused of tossing boiling water at his wife in outrage after she woke him up to bring him breakfast in bed as a treat.
Ali Ay, 28, supposedly poured bubbling water over Rukiye Ay, 23, since he had needed to rest and he saw her show of love as a disturbance. As a result, Rukiye endured terrible wounds to her back, and was rushed the to clinic in Turkey on January 9.
Speaking from her clinic bed, Rukiye claimed she had brought breakfast to her husband, Ali in bed as a surprise, but he was angry that she had woken him up. Rukiya revealed that she then left him alone and proceeded to eat breakfast with their daughter but the enraged Ali went after her. He at that point purportedly poured bubbling hot water down Rukiya’s neck and attempted to pour on her confront but she turned away.
The frightened mum said she attempted to run away but she might feel her “T-shirt staying” to her skin. Ali is at that point denied tossing the “rest of the bubbling water” at Rukiya and she said a few of it landed on her.
Police captured him but he was afterward discharged on bail, due to public anger, he was re-arrested and remanded in custody.
Rukiye said: “I couldn’t accept it, as long as he is free me and my girl are in danger.”
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American Pastor Arrives Nigeria, Offers Himself As Replacement For Leah Sharibu In Boko Haram Captivity
An American Pastor Abu Zacharia has taken a step of faith as he arrives Nigeria to rescue and replace teen girl, Leah Sharibu who was captured by Boko Haram and in their captivity since February 2018.
Recall, the terrorist group on February 19, 2018, attacked the Government Girls’ Science and Technical College Dapchi, Yobe state where they reportedly kidnapped 110 young women of the school.
The sect members released 104 of the schoolgirls, while during the abduction, five of the girls reported died but Leah who refused to denounce her Christian faith was held back and since then she has been in their captivity.
The American missionary named Zachariah, who came with an American-based human rights advocate, Barrister Emmanuel Ogebe, revealed that this is his third time in Nigeria and in the last few weeks to negotiate the release of Leah.
Zacharia said he is keen to meet with Book Haram leaders so that he can replace Leah and set her free.
”I am here in Nigeria, my third trip in four months to negotiate the release of Leah Shuaribu with Boko Haram. What am offering to them is to exchange Leah for myself and I will go into their captivity.
So that is what am planning to do, once they find out that am here, I have already had one meeting with the government official, asking his assistance to have a meeting with Boko Haram. Wherever she is, am willing to go there and exchange myself.
The basic of this is John 15:13 in the gospel “Greater love has no man than a man lays down his life for his brother and his sister. So I am here to, with the permission of my wife of 41 years and five children and nine grand-children, to see if I can negotiate her release. And they will release her and take me instead. And that is my goal.
I have been doing full-time religious freedom work and international Christian humanitarian work in the war-zones. I have been to places like Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey, Jordan, Gaza, Sudan and Cuba, among others.”