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Lady Dies After Friends Pushed her into Boiling Pepper Water in Delta

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A Nigerian man, Israel Joe has narrated the harrowing circumstances surrounding the death of his female friend, Roseline, who tragically lost her life after being pushed into a boiling pot of fresh pepper and tomatoes by two of her female acquaintances in Sapele, Delta State.

According to Joe, Roseline, a talented caterer, had embarked on a trip to Sapele with her friends for a catering assignment. However, what was supposed to be a routine job turned into a nightmare as Roseline met her untimely demise on Saturday, April 13.

In a Facebook post, Joe revealed that prior to her death, Roseline had confided in him about feeling estranged from two of her friends, who were allegedly treating her with hostility. He appealed to the Nigerian Police to thoroughly investigate the matter and apprehend the perpetrators responsible for Roseline’s death, lamenting the lack of progress in the case.

Detailing the tragic events leading to Roseline’s demise, Joe recounted how she was forcibly plunged into a large pot of boiling pepper and tomatoes by her friends during their trip. Despite enduring excruciating pain for two weeks, Roseline succumbed to her injuries on Friday, April 26.

Joe expressed his anguish over the fact that Roseline’s killers were still at large, freely roaming the streets without facing justice. He called for accountability and justice, emphasizing that Roseline’s life should not be disregarded or forgotten.

In a passionate plea for justice, Joe vowed to fight for Roseline’s memory, asserting that no one deserves such a horrific fate. He demanded that those responsible for her death be brought to justice, regardless of the challenges they may face.

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