The abominable act of Incense seems to be spreading like wild fire. A woman has been reported to have lured her SON to a hotel room to have her evil sexual way with him.
This was disclosed in a customary court in Delta state over the weekend where a case was heard of a 45-year-old woman who reportedly had sex with her son at a hotel in Abagana, Anambra state.
The woman, Mrs Nkulumenna Owefa, confessed that she seduced her son in a hotel in Abagana by offering him the sum of N50, 000.
It was gathered during the proceedings of the court that the woman who sells trades at the popular Ogbeonogonogo market, Asaba deceptively asked his son (name withheld) to accompany her to Abagana near Onitsha, Anambra State where she booked into a hotel against her initial plan of meeting with one of her business partners at her residence in Asaba.
The unnamed son affirmed in his testimony that his mom had asked him to accompany her somewhere to purchase stocks for her store.
He testified before senior magistrate, Sylvester Oboh, saying: “On our way to Abagana, somewhere around Toll Gate in Asaba, we were held in hold-up; I was with mum in her car and the glasses were wound up as the AC was on. So our conversation was not being heard by hawkers going about with their wares or other motorists.
“My mum told me that she was going to take over me as my father has taken over my sister and I thanked her, not knowing what she was up to. In Abagana, after a lengthy discussion with her friend, we retired into the hotel room, where my mum gave me a bottle of coke already opened and I felt weak when she now undressed me before having her way with me”
The aggrieved husband, Mr. Owefa, who was in court with her daughter, Adlyn to seek the dissolution of their marriage told the court, “All I need is the dissolution of this marriage.
“My wife has committed the worst abomination and the only forgiveness I have for her is the dissolution of the marriage. My son remains my son because I know he was not seduced with ordinary hand.”
The Senior Magistrate, Justice Sylvester Oboh, having listened to both parties, granted the dissolution of the marriage, saying the man would take custody of the two children.