JUST IN: Lady Calls Out Her Newly-Wedded Husband
A Nigerian lady identified as Oladimeji Oluwatosin has called off her marriage with her newly wedded husband.
According to GIST LOVER, Oluwatosin expressed displeasure after her newly-wedded husband deceived her into marrying him by posing as a rich man.Information Guide Nigeria
Oluwatosin revealed that she dated her husband for six months after which he revealed his intentions to marry her.
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GIST LOVER reports that the couple got married on 19th February 2022 at First East Circular Road, in Benin City, Edo State.
Oluwatosin stated that her husband borrowed money to show off while asking for her hand in marriage and while the wedding preparation was ongoing, he lied to her that his company owes him N11 million, hence he is unable to fund the wedding at the moment.
As reported by GISTLOVER, the bride said she convinced her family to take care of the wedding.
The bride also revealed that her husband promised to open a tailoring shop for her but he couldn’t honor his promise since he couldn’t even afford to feed her.
According to GISTLOVER, as Jehovah’s Witnesses, divorce was not allowed only on the grounds of adultery hence the bride then threatened to inform their church elders about this but the husband threatened to kill her if she does since he knew he will be disfellowshiped.
She narrated an incident where she was locked in the bathroom by her husband and it took the intervention of their neighbors before she was rescued and she packed out of his house that very day.Jamb Result
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