- A popular relations expert, the Blessing CEO took to social media to reveal she was divorced 12 years ago because of domestic abuse
- Blessing shared a clip from her wedding day and pointed out that her ex looked innocent but still beat her up a day before their big day
- The expert also revealed the kind of war she fought to finally leave the marriage in 2016 and shared photos of her divorce papers.
The popular relations expert, CEO of Blessing, reacted to the death of late gospel singer Osinachi and also shared her own story.
She revealed that she had been the victim of domestic violence and she pretended to be happy on her wedding day.
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It’s been 12 years since her divorce, but Osinach’s death prompted Blessing to reveal how awful the man she married as a teenager in 2009 was.
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Blessing pointed out that not all drummers look brutal and shared a clip from her wedding day with her innocent-looking ex-husband.
According to her, her ex-partner was beating her and two weeks after their marriage he beat her into a coma.
“Memory lane….So funny how I feel absolutely nothing watching this video. Thankfully it feels good to write about you again after 12 years. December 5, 2009. It’s been 12 years since I divorced. You wonder maybe why i’m posting this after a long time, i’m posting because i want to show you what men who hit women look like, they don’t always look like osinachis husband, they come in a different package.”
Watch the video below:
Blessing also shared her divorce papers and revealed she went through five years of hell to be free from her husband.
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Her ex-husband married another woman and he still beats her.
“What does the divorce paper look like. Divorce is expensive in Nigeria oo. Women save, be independent. Finally officially divorced. 2016 after 5 years or war. I know he told her not to do anything for the church. Which police station didn’t take me away, then social media kept popping up. This man dragged me.
See the post below:
Nigerians react to Blessing’s story
“I could easily see he’s a manipulator from the kiss…I saw the resentment on your part and the sly, mischievous grin on his face. He’ll pay for his meanness.”
“Some are very handsome, wealthy, in the Nigerian forces and look so innocent… More religious so to speak.”
“I came out of an abusive marriage, now rebuilding my life… well done and lots of love to you ❤️”
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“This woman who beats has no power when she blocks her next o.. Na for only women to give them power.
“It’s been years but Biko, here’s your congratulations, e ni easy abeg.”
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A leading relationship expert, the Blessing CEO returned with another hit on social media as she discussed the importance of secondary daughters in marriages.
Blessing via a video she posted on her verified Instagram page suggested that secondary daughters are one of the main reasons why married men still stay in their marriages.
She likened them to spare tires that are always on hand when the main tires fail.