After his previous partner and the mother of his children set fire to him and his current fiancée, a Nigerian man is in serious condition.
Just before 3 a.m. on Thursday, March 10, Stanley Obi was at his home in New Beith, in Brisbane’s southern suburbs, when his ex-girlfriend Sarah Mudge, 31, rushed in, stormed into his bedroom, drenched him and his new partner in petrol, and set them on fire.
Sarah attempted to set fire to Mr Obi and his new partner while his three children were there, according to Queensland Police.
The mother-of-four, on the other hand, was the only one she succeeded to murder.
Mr Obi’s new partner, 30, and all three children, ages five, three, and two, survived with burns to their airways.
A gallant neighbour named Al pulled Mr Obi’s flaming body out of the blazing building.
Al stayed with Obi until an ambulance arrived 35 minutes later, despite the fact that he had 90 percent of his body burned.
At Royal Brisbane Hospital, the father’s health is serious.
Obi, a registered nurse, was well aware that his burns were life-threatening, and he expressed his dread of dying.
“‘I’m not going to make it, I’m going to die, I’m going to die, you have to help me,’ he pleaded to me. I need your assistance “recalled a neighbour
“He extended his hand to me, reaching out to take it, and I refused to take it because I was concerned about infection control.”
The three children, as well as Mr Obi’s current partner, have been brought to the Royal Brisbane Hospital.
Sarah wrote the following remark on Facebook a few weeks before the attack: “She’s not a poisonous person, dude. That’s how you got her to enjoy it. You now believe she is insane. Your choices are a reflection of her deeds. Examine yourself.”
Before their breakup, Sarah Mudge and Stanley Obi had four children together.
Sarah Mudge, who had her own photography company, has a slew of images of Mr Obi and his kids on her social media profiles.
Mr Obi and Ms Mudge were known to police when they were dating, according to detectives.