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University student beaten to death by his baby’s mother

By Mason White 5:12 PM September 28, 2017
Morrison Akinbule and Chindinma Rosemary Umeh
Morrison Akinbule and Chindinma Rosemary Umeh
By: Alexis Bell

(Scroll down for video) People in Nigeria, are mourning the loss of a young man who was killed by a woman during an argument.

Morrison Akinbule, who was a student of Caleb University, in Lagos, was said to have been beaten to death after he returned from a party with friends.

Akinbule arrived home at about 9:00 p.m., but his girlfriend and mother of his child, Chindinma Rosemary Umeh, was not home.

He called the woman and asked her where she was. Umeh returned home and the two got into an argument.

A neighbor who identified herself as Mia Seren, said that she and some neighbors heard the couple arguing and screaming.

They also heard banging on the wall, but then the house suddenly became very quiet. Neighbors went to check on the couple and found Akinbule lying on the floor with injuries to his head and a piece of cloth around his neck.

Akinbule was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Umeh Creative, who is an Arts student at the University of Lagos, was in a romantic relationship with Akinbule for three years, and they had an 18-month-old son together.

Adewunmi Gabriel, a friend of the deceased, posted a touching tribute to Facebook.

“I want you to know that I think of you every day. I want you to know that I miss you more than anything, and I would give anything to talk to you one last time.

“I still can’t believe this, I have been crying since. I can’t even get a good sleep without thinking about you. You had great plans for your future. You told me you wanted to be the youngest president in Nigeria.

“Looking back, I wish I would have spent more time with you, shared more stories with you, and made more memories.

“Thank you for being a brother, a best friend and for being the most influential person I’ve ever met, for accepting and loving everyone and for being someone that impacted the lives of so many.

“You will never be forgotten. I will always love you, bro. Goodnight, Morrison Akinbule,
Love Adewunmi Gabriel.”