Mercy Aigbe’s mother left homeless as daughter sets home ablaze and accuse her of witchcraft

Mercy Aigbe’s mother left homeless as daughter sets home ablaze and accuse her of witchcraft
Mercy Aigbe’s mother left homeless as daughter sets home ablaze and accuse her of witchcraft

Mercy Aigbe’s older sister, Dr. Patience, has taken drastic measures to vent her resentment toward her mother by setting her home on fire. Dr. Patience’s accusation that their mother is a witch and her use of her witchcraft activity against her in favor of her other well-liked daughter, Mercy, is the source of their argument.

She further claimed that the elderly woman refused to assist her in repaying a N800,000 loan that she had taken out and had to repay.

The house on Adebayo Mokuolu Street, across from Anthony Village Recreation Center in Lagos, is said to have been set on fire by Dr. Pat. Nothing could be saved, and the house was completely destroyed

People in the neighborhood claim that the house belonged to their mother’s deceased spouse, for whom the elderly woman had only one son.

She was residing in the mini-duplicate that his father had given to her son, who happened to be Dr. Pat’s half-brother.

The structure is separate from the main structure, which is in front and has additional apartments.

Fortunately, the fire did not spread to the other apartments that belonged to the deceased man’s other children from his previous marriage. Dr. Pat reported herself to the police after destroying the structure.

Their mother was reportedly with Mercy when she started burning down the house. Mercy later arrived at the residence in a black SUV to evaluate the property’s damage.

Dr. Pat was heard screaming that she would kill their mother before starting the fire, confirming the general public’s opinion that she had intended to burn the elderly woman in the house if she had been there that morning.

She has reportedly been displaying signs of mental instability for some time, according to locals, who say that her mother is the one holding her back. If they don’t take action against Dr. Pat right away, the children of the deceased man—to whom the old woman was married—are now concerned that she would return and damage their father’s property even more.

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