A 50-year-old real estate agent, Diran Elijah, has lost his life after having sex with his former wife identified simply as Idowu, at a hotel in the Agbado area of Ogun State.
Punch reports that Idowu, who has remarried with two children for her new husband, reportedly separated from Elijah about four years ago. The ex-couple reignited their love affair lately when Elijah contacted her on the phone and they agreed to meet at the hotel around 10pm last Sunday, January 23.
Elijah was reportedly taking some rest after a pleasant time in bed with Idowu when he suddenly became unconscious and gasped for breath. The woman was said to have raised the alarm but it was too late as he reportedly gave up the ghost at the hotel.
An eyewitness said:
“The owner of the hotel initially wanted to lie that the man slumped outside and died. But the woman (Idowu) confessed that they had sex and afterwards, the man complained that he was tired and wanted to rest. After some minutes, he went unconscious. She called for help but the man couldn’t make it. I later learnt that they were once married to each other but lost contact after going their separate ways. They recently got talking again.”
A source close to the woman said she (Idowu) had obtained a loan from a microfinance bank and was having difficulty repaying it. She said Elijah invited her to the hotel and promised to help repay part of the loan.
“They were ex-lovers. They had two children together as a couple but the kids died. They later divorced and remarried respectively. She obtained a loan from a microfinance bank and could not repay it. The bank sealed a house where she resides with her current husband in Ifo and she was sleeping in a church.
Elijah contacted her and promised to give her money to repay part of the loan. He died after they had sex. The police arrested her but the man’s family said they were not interested in pursuing any case against her.”the source said
Confirming the incident, the spokesperson of the Ogun state police command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, confirmed the incident, noting the two families had resolved to settle the matter amicably.