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Friday, 19 May 2017

Jubilation In Court As Nigerian Man Divorces Wife

The story tells itself...I dont Understand what the Jubilation is for.....











34 comments:

  1. Wife/in-law from hell?? Whatever rocks their boat joor.

    In other note, I'm BORED!!

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  2. So why d jubilation?
    Is d wife that bad?

    Anyway, good for them.

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  3. Chai see the woman face.....

    I have seen a man cry because of maltreatment.... They are big babies you know, forget all this kingkong thing.... They gat emotions too.

    Congrats Sir.... I can see you are happy

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    1. The same thing empress was saying in that video but Nigerians especially women bashed her. Domestic violence can come in both ways not only the women

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    2. Linda adaeze...u should know that only a few Nigerians are intellectually sound, non hypocritical and comprehensive acquiring information

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  4. Chika Ike see wetin you don cuss

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  5. Wow. Look at the happiness this man is wearing?
    Even people are rejoicing with the man. He must have gone through hell in d hands of this woman. Some men are also going thru hell in their homes. It is well.

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  6. I suspect the wife has HIV which is prevalent in North central and even North in general OR ADULTERY

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  7. Hahahahahahahahahahaha, oghene!!!

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  8. It is my state, the man abandoned his first wife and four kids, married this woman who was a widow. She was and is promiscuous, dealt with the man and finally his eyes has opened. Lol, he filed for a divorce and was granted as a judge himself it wasn't difficult. His village elders were there to support him. I hope his first wife takes him back.

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    1. I pray she doesn't take his philandering ass back. That's what you get for straying. *hiss*

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    2. Takes who back? Iffa hear lol, this is exactly Wat some men deserve!

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  9. When will Nigeria grow? Tribe,religion is killing us. There's jubilation not neccesssarily because this woman is bad,but becaue she's not from kwande whatever. These people should be ashamed of themselves. I'm in an intertrbal marriage and God help us. They say your state of origin hass changed,but you can't go and contest for local government chairman in your new supposed state. God help us.

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    1. My sister hold your former state well oo change ko, hmmm they will deny you flat especially IBO's.

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    2. Anon 00 58 so the Kwande man here is 'ibo" ?

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  10. Lol. What dont you understand? Only the man and his family know what they went through. Shebi the other day a lady was jubilating on being granted her divorce. Its the same. No more trouble, no more drama. At least they will be happy.

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  11. The celebration has to do with politics. His wife isn't from Kwande LG but has been benefiting from Kwande LG because her husband is from Kwande and that automatically makes her Kwande too. I guess her husband and other kwande people don't like her and now that her husband has divorced her, she's no more a kwande woman and any political ambition she has been nursing as a kwande woman, has come to an end.

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  12. The man looks like he won the lottery 😀

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  13. Its better to be divorced than been in an unhappy marriage I guess...

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  14. Wow look at the big smile he's wearing on his face.

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  15. The man for kukuma make his date of divorce a holy day...

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  16. For a man to be this excited about divorce that means he must have gone through a lot in the marriage. Exactly what Empress was trying to say in that video but sentimental Nigerians started insulting her,even people that didn't watch the video.I look at things critical before I criticize. Aunty Juliet came with her own saying karma this karma that. Empress never supported Dv, she was only saying things women should do to prevent it and also mental abuse can also be a form of violence and can affect both the man and the woman in the marriage. What's the essence of campaigning for domestic violence to stop when we can't be realistic to face the causes and tackle it. It doesn't take only one partner to work on a marriage, it takes two to tangle. This recession has made us not gently analyze things,everything is insult. Abeg i don tire to type. If you see any typo manage it.

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    1. Linda Adaeze, I've been reading your posts. You're very objective unlike the fake and hungry so-called feminists here. I love you Linda. I will reward you some day.

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    2. I love you for your maturity and intelligence. Where are you let me marry you?

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    3. Linda u have said it all...feminists are the actual reason of the growth in DV...u can't just tell the man to walk away when being insulted, not all men will take it, y can't the preach the woman walking away too...when they say things like " a man shouldn't hit a woman no matter what" that alone is taking DV to an all time high cos that talk alone will make most women cross their boundary even to the extent of hitting the man or getting extremely violent against the man...my ex gf sent deadly thugs to maim me , destroy my face just because I told her I wasn't interested no more bcos I noticed her disrespectful and violent nature but God Almighty that I serve saved me that night...I wud hv been a goner by now...feminism is actually doing more evil than good...alot of bad women are taking advantage and playing the victim card...after watching the movie " Gone Girl" u will understand better

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  17. Like seriously....na so easy bad reach?

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  18. Most Nigeria women are problematic in nature. Good move

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