Most men die because of pressure from bad wives - Native doctor claims

Most men die because of pressure from bad wives - Native doctor claims

- A popular Enugu based native doctor, Simon Odo, also known as Onu Uwa, blames bad wives for the untimely deaths of many men in Nigeria

- The native doctor states that only few deaths of men in the country are not caused by bad wives

- Odo who has 58 wives says he cannot stomach insolence and unruly behaviours from women

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A popular Enugu based native doctor, Simon Odo, also known as Onu Uwa, has said most men in Nigeria die because of pressure from bad wives.

The native doctor told Vanguard in an interview at his country home, Aji, in Igbo-Eze north local government area of Enugu state that only few deaths recorded by men in the country are not caused by bad wives.

Most men in Nigeria die because of pressure from bad wives - Enugu based native doctor

Simon Odo says only few deaths recorded by men in the country are not caused by bad wives
Source: UGC

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If there are 20 dead men in Nigeria for instance, only five of them died naturally. The other 15 were caused by heartbreaks and bad attitudes from their wives," he said

Odo who has 58 wives said he cannot stomach insolence and unruly behaviours from women folks, adding that he marries a new wife anytime he was let down by the attitude of his wives.

“I marry anytime any of my new wives insult me. I cannot stand a woman insulting me,” he said.

In another news, fresh details available to Legit.ng stated that a man, who is described as his parents' only son, and his wife, said to be an only daughter, were killed in the explosion that rocked a part of Lagos on Sunday, March 15.

The couple, according to their neighbours, got married two years ago. Ganiyu Olayiwola, who is the head of the federal fire service in Lagos state, confirmed that four people died in the incident that shook some parts of the state.

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Photographs available to Legit.ng showed rescuers and government officials at the scene evacuating the remains of the couple amid tears and wailing by neighbours.

This medium also obtained photographs of the wreckage of houses and vehicles affected by the explosion, whose cause is yet to be revealed by the authorities.

For those who escaped unhurt, many lost their belongings with some said to be left with nothing other than the clothes they wore at the time of the incident.

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