Actress Yewande Adekoya has defended her husband as she breaks silence on her 8yrs marriage being crashed asking that trolls should stop dragging him on the net.
News about the marriage of Yewande Adekoye crashing hit the net somewhere last week and she has confirmed that with a post asking trolls to stop dragging her estranged husband cum father of her daughter as they’re both not perfect.
Yewande Adekoye in a post online said her husband is human and not perfect just like she also has her own flaws hence netizens should stop dragging him as she wouldn’t have said a word if not to debunk a false narrative being told against her.
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According to her, she knows her husband has made a lot of mistakes but she’s pleading they forgive him and stop dragging him because all she wants is for him to be the best version of himself in this life whether he’s with her or any other woman.
From ... of Yewande Adekoye, you can tell she’s still in love with her estranged husband and wants to keep things off social media to handle it well and whether he ends up being with her again or not, all she wants is for him to be better.
Native Doctor Spotted Preparing A Powerful Charm For A Nigerian Pastor
A video circulating on the internet shows a native doctor allegedly preparing charms for an unidentified Nigerian preacher.
According to reports, the native doctor was creating the charm ahead of the Pastor’s church’s debut on the 27th of an undisclosed month in Umunna, Orlu, Imo state.
While doing incantations, the spiritual expert or fetish priest as you may call him offered prayers that the Pastor’s church would attract a large crowd and signs and wonders would continue to occur.
He also pray to the god declaring that everyone who comes to church will be blessed and that they will bring others with them.
Nigerians have expressed their displeasure with the video, claiming that the two types of religion should not coexist, whilst others found no error in it.
Watch the video below;
Nigerians have reacted differently to the video; See a few below;
@billionaireafrica wrote; ‘There is really nothing wrong. This is called “igo ofo” for progress which is part of Igbo Spirituality. What seems contradictory here is the fact that the same people who demonize native doctors, now patronize them.
@chidoxflash wrote; ‘Is not new naw! See 78% of our pastors in Nigeria & most African countries got into church business like this. That is why most of their activities are pure ANTI – CHRIST
@culmeino wrote; ‘ Omo nawa o… Reason why I try to avoid the statement “God of this church or God of the pastor “ cause na only the pastor know the God behind his church o.
As long as I know the God I’m going to worship I just say my prayer directly to Baba Jesus.
Fan stirs speculations about domestic violence in Helen Paul’s marriage
A concerned fan has raised concerns about possible domestic violence in Helen Paul’s marriage.
This comes after a blog shared a piece of news about the rib-cracker, lamenting how Nigerians use generators to run businesses in order to pay electricity bills.
“Only in Nigeria where you fuel your generator for in your business and use the profit from the business to pay NEPA Bill”.
Reacting a Twitter user identified as Ette Obong urged Helen Paul to open up if she is going through domestic violence.
The fan wrote:
“Madam if you’re going through domestic violence, talk stop cutting through corners”
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In other news; A lady has said that she’d quite her job as a salesgirl to take up working as a night worker after making lots of money.