- A Nigerian lady has said the moment she knew she had to leave her marriage was when her husband started placing more premium on work over her life
- The lady with the Twitter handle @adeyeye_mariam says her former husband forced her to resume work as a teacher in his parent's school when she was 10 months pregnant
- @adeyeye_mariam says even when she went into labour, the man ensured that he dropped off every pupil in their respective homes before driving her to the hospital
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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @adeyeye_mariam has taken to the social media platform to share the bad experience she had in her marriage before calling it quits.
She said during her 10th month of pregnancy, her ex-husband insisted that she had to resume work as a teacher in his parent's school.
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According to her, she fell into labour while teaching and her ex-husband waited till school closed before paying her any attention.
@adeyeye_mariam said the man did not only wait till it was closing time, but he also ensured every child in the school bus was dropped off before driving her to the hospital.
"I had an episiotomy done yet, he insisted that I resumed work exactly 10 days after I birthed my child. According to him, I was 'strong' and would understand that he was 'shielding' me from my in laws' wrath."
Nigerians on social media took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
A tweep with the Twitter handle @STmorakinyo wrote:
"But how come you end up with such person in the first place when it's nor arranged marriage? There must have been numerous family wraths excuses and sh*t behaviour during courtship now.
"He can't perfect his snake-like behavior during courtship."
Another Twitter user with the handle @Happy_verAfter commented:
"I don’t doubt you one bit. A man slapped his wife less than 24hrs after delivery in the hospital because she asked him to help get table water for her."
"Omo this is why you should know the person you are dating very well before you go and jump inside marriage!"
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In other news, a woman from the United States simply identified as Cassey has been married 10 times and she says she is determined to find the right partner.
She added that she does not care how many weddings it takes to achieve this. Cassey who appeared on a chat show, Dr. Phil, said her longest marriage lasted for eight years while her shortest was for six months.
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