An armed robber met his waterloo in Lagos when he was killed by one of his victims who he attacked.

According to Punch reports, a middle-aged woman is currently recuperating in a Lagos hospital, after some robbers raided her rented apartment on the Lagos Island, during which she stabbed one of the assailants to death.
It was gathered that the woman, who is identified simply as Adenike, and her family were attacked on Tuesday at about 2am on Eyin Iga Street.
The robbers, who were armed with knives and cutlasses, reportedly gained entrance into the house after damaging the gates.
It was learnt that when the robbers got to Adenike’s apartment, there was a struggle during which one of the robbers, identified as Quadri Iginla, cut her with a knife.
Adenike was said to have wrenched the knife from Iginla, and stabbed him in the stomach. The robbery suspect reportedly lost balance and fell off from the two-storey building.
Neighbours, who learnt of the robbery, were said to have alerted the police from the Adeniji Adele Division. The other suspected robbers reportedly escaped after the police got to the area.
The policemen were said to have rushed Iginla, who was unconscious, to the Lagos Island General Hospital, while Adenike was also taken by her family to a private hospital.
When Punch correspondent got to the area on Thursday, it was learnt that Iginla died in the hospital.
Speaking with Punch Metro, Adenike’s husband, who declined to give his name, said the robbers injured his wife in the hand with a knife, adding that there was a struggle during which Iginla was pushed off the building.
He said, “We cannot confirm the number of the robbers. They entered my apartment at about 2am. One of them injured my wife in the hand and there was a struggle. As this went on, other people called the police and a patrol van was sent to our street.”
A police source revealed that Iginla was not attended to at the general hospital for lack of a vacant bed.
He added that the robbery suspect died at a health center on the Adeniji Adele Road.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Patricia Amadin, confirmed the incident. She added that the command was on the trail of other members of the gang.

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