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Mercy Aigbe’s Sister goes berserk, set their Mother’s house ablaze

Dr. Patience, the older sister to Nollywood Actress, Mercy Aigbe suddenly went crazily violent and set her mother’s house on fire out of anger.

The house situated at Adebayo Mokuolu street, opposite Anthony village recreation center in Lagos reportedly belongs to their mother’s late husband whom she had only one child, a son.

It all started after Patience accused their mother of being a witch and used her witchcraft activity against her to the advantage of her other favourite and popular daughter, Mercy Aigbe.

Patience also accused the old woman of refusing to help her pay up an N800,000 loan she had taken.

In the heat of all these, Dr. Pat went berserk and set the house on fire, down to the ground, to the extent nothing could be salvaged from it.

Luckily, the building is detached from the main building so, other flats which belonged to the other children of the late man from his previous marriage was not affected by the fire.

After burning down the building, Dr. Pat reported herself to the police.

According to their neighbours, before setting the house ablaze, Dr Pat was heard shouting that she is the one that will kill their mother. They also revealed that Patience had been manifesting mental instability for a while, maintaining that her progress was being hindered by her mother.

Earlier on Friday 30th September, residents had woken up to the screams of Dr Pat who went on a rampage, destroying her mom’s car.

Her mom who is currently battling arthritis remained indoors while Patience did the damage, calling her a destiny snatcher and all sorts of unprintable names.

It was after she had left that her mom came out to assess the amount of damage that was done to her car’s windscreen, wipers and lights.

The older woman left to Mercy’s house in fear for her life. This perhaps explains why she was absent when Patience returned to set her house ablaze.

Close sources disclosed that Dr Pat and Mercy are actually half-sisters who share the same mother but different fathers, as their mother had children for several men.

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