Friends demand an investigation as a Nigerian woman is found "hanged" in the Calabar home she shared with her Caucasian lover
A young woman from Calabar has died in the home she shared with her Caucasian lover and the circumstances surrounding her death has raised brows.
Juliet Lawrence Ita has been in a relationship with Jim Roach, aka Captain Wahala or Jimmy, for 10 years. Unfortunately, she died on Saturday, June 13, 2020, at Bishop Monarch Avenue, State Housing Estate in Calabar.
Jim Roach, popularly called Jimmy by friends, reported the death to the police station. He reported that Juliet committed suicide after they had an argument. He added that she has always been suicidal, LIB sources reveal.
However, friends of Juliet have refused to believe that she committed suicide and they are calling for an investigation.
A friend who spoke to LIB said Juliet found out in May that she was expecting a child with Jimmy. This is not Jimmy's first child. Jimmy is a grandfather and has grown children abroad.
The friend adds that Juliet and Jimmy have been having issues in their relationship and it usually turns violent.
Screenshots of messages purportedly exchanged between the late Juliet and one of her friends shows her opening up that she's suffering infidelity and domestic violence in the relationship.
Before she found out she was pregnant, she decided to leave Jimmy and reportedly asked him to pay her off with 5 million Naira, but Jimmy only agreed to pay her 2.2 million Naira - 1 million Naira at once then 100,000 Naira every month for one year.
Juliet eventually found out in May that she was 4 months pregnant and she decided to stay. A screenshot of a chat between Juliet and a friend shows her expressing hope that her relationship with Jimmy will improve with the arrival of a baby.
However, friends said they were shocked on Saturday when they heard that Juliet had allegedly committed suicide. They said they knew instantly that something was amiss.
A source said Juliet was full of life, had a lot to live for, and looked forward to welcoming her baby.
"It's obvious that they had a fight. Suicide is out of it for Juliet because Juliet just finished building her house. She has her own shop and she always wanted to have a child for the guy a long time ago. She has every reason to live so why will she go and commit suicide," a friend of the deceased told LIB.
In an audio recording shared with LIB, a witness who was present narrated the events leading up to Juliet's death.
The voice in the recording said Juliet and Jimmy had a quarrel on Friday. Early on Saturday, Juliet's scream was heard and those in the house ran upstairs to find out what was going on. There, they saw Juliet having a breakdown, complaining that nothing she does ever pleases Jimmy. Jim tried to assure her that that wasn't the case and it soon turned physical as Juliet pushed him. Jim, who has one bad leg, lost his balance but regained it and allegedly stomped Juliet with his leg.
The voice in the audio adds that Juliet then asked everyone to leave the room and they obeyed.
The witness said he later went back to the room Juliet was in and was shocked to find her hanging from a fan. He screamed for help but no one came so he untied her and brought her down.
He said that at this point, Jimmy was in his home office to receive a male visitor, who is also a foreigner.
The witness said he kept screaming and people rushed into the room. Juliet was rushed to two hospitals and she was pronounced dead in both places.
A source adds that only hours after Juliet's body was deposited in the morgue, another lady allegedly moved into the home and she is still there in the house with Jimmy.
"Juliet was pregnant and she died with the baby and here he is with another woman," an insider told LIB.
The case has been reported to the State Housing Police Station, Calabar, by Jimmy. Friends said he reported Juliet's death as a suicide but they want the police to investigate the circumstances leading up to her death.
The friend of the deceased who spoke to LIB said Juliet's family visited the house where Juliet died on Sunday, June 14, but they do not have the means to seek justice or find out what happened to their daughter because they are powerless and Jimmy allegedly has connections.
Before Juliet's death, she reportedly adopted her mother's younger sister's children (2 kids) and they were living with her and Jimmy. Our source adds that they were in the house when Juliet died but Jimmy has allegedly refused to release the kids to Juliet's family.
The source adds that the biological mother of the children has demanded to have her kids back but Jimmy has refused to release them.
LIB contacted the Cross River State Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo and she said she hasn't been made aware of the matter. She promised to find out and revert.
Below are screenshots of chats showing Juliet claiming she suffers domestic violence
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Akan on their content nations lies on their population and commonwealth of
their brother nations. The Akan are one of the largest ethnic groups in West
Africa. Their population is scattered across West Africa and beyond. Among this
huge population of the Akan, the Ghanaians are more popular, perhaps because of
the political influence of the Ashanti Empire in the area. Not much is heard or
known about other Akan settlements like the Akwamu, the Akyem , the Akuapem,
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the Avikam,the Avatime the Ebrie, the Ehotile, the Nzema, the Abbe, the Aboure,
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by Onyeji Nnaji
of the discovering of the Radar Rivers and their channels is that it disproves
the western hegemonic claim of the Euphrates valley being the position of the
birth of the great river, all the points that opposed their claims
notwithstanding. Even God himself was very perfect in His creation by placing
them in their positions, hierarchically, according to their birth. The first
river that flowed located the Havilah land where there are good quality gold,
bdellium and fine onyx stones. Pison was the oldest of the rivers and it flowed
through the land of the southern Africa. The second river flowed northward to
Ethiopia. It was when Africa had been overtaken by virtue of her proximity to
the Great Water that other parts of the world began to encounter the remaining
river; remarkable with Hiddekel.
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Originating from the largest population among the four races that settled in
the east before time, all Bantu travellers were pygmies; for that was the
nature of the Umudiala, the
generation that gave birth to them. Bantu migration was rated the third
earliest migration of the Negro race from the east. In this regard, all their
movement had involved great population of people compared to the number of
people involved in the two earlier populations that gave birth to Ethiopia,
Nubia and Egypt: the Walker Traveller, and the
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above outweighs the rest of the population of the ancient fathers that founded
many of the nations of antiquity mentioned earlier. Discussing them in beat
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setting in the eastern part of Nigeria. It is a coinage which attempts to
explain the direction of movement and adventure of the men who founded the
community in the 15th century AD. According to oral sources and some
documentation about this community, some of these men were believed to have
traveled from Ida, old Benue state of Nigeria to inhabit the land. These men
had traveled on different days to locate the place. Onojah who originally
founded the land was said to have been in a deep search for a place of safety
as he was besieged by a fate that appeared to make him somewhat incompatible
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cosmology, the word Isee is a definite symbolic word as revealed through
the Igbo language and culture. A human being has five fingers, five toes. The
hands and feet are fundamentals to the survival in life as they are necessary
in ensuring that man moves to places where he gets food and grapples on the
food to sustain his life. To this view, the rhetoric that binds vocatives in
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concomitant reprisal in the manner of affirmation that holds the human life
bind to his original spiritual person, therefore defining existence and
essences are unified by the corresponding echo: Isee!!!!! Therefore
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husband did not know. So, being that the girls usually stole money and other
items, the reason for their departure became genuine, thus: they ran away to
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a mercenary battle he was hired to fight in the ancient Benin. His body was buried
in the evil forest as the tradition demanded. Although he lived no longer, the
stepped pyramids above were adopted to commemorate the lasting peace he brought
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fertility of the land. This has contributed widely in sustaining the
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Umudike, Ogbaru, Igboariam, Ohaji, Uzouwani, etc., especially in Amofia-Agu,
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as many storytellers seem to fight for the interest of their clans. On the
contrary, the suggestion that Kikuyu population were the offspring of one man,
Gikuyu was the most suspicious information that did not sink down with real
historical supposition. Gikuyu and Kikuyu are two different ethnic groups with
different origin entirely. How Kikuyu, a Bantu settlement could come from Gikuyu
is not only probable, but fallacious. What is eminent is the fact that the
tribe that holds the traditional head of the Kikuyu Bantu is the Abaluya.
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the denoting prefix Aba in their names. They are Abanyole, Abetakho, Abesukha,
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