Two days ago, Ayo Balogun aka Wizkid’s manager and the mother of his third child, Jada Pollock accused him of domestic violence with claims that she has been in an abusive relationship with him. Pollock made the allegations on her
Famous Nigerian singer, Wizkid’s second baby mama, Binta Diamond Diallo has reacted to the domestic violence allegations leveled against him by his third baby mama, Jada Pollock just a day after his birthday. Jada Pollock had on Tuesday revealed that
Wizkid’s third baby mama, Jada Pollock has accused the Award winning pop star of domestic violence with claims that she has been in an abusive relationship with him. The former manager took to her Instagram stories on Tuesday, July 16,
Titilola Vivour-Adeniyi is a young dutiful legal practitioner who currently works for the Lagos State Government, as the Coordinator of the very effective agency called Lagos State Domestic And Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT). In the past 3 years, the
Comic actor Francis Odega who rose to fame with his “Gerrarahere” slogan has been shamefully videoed abusing his wife of 15 years and throwing her things out of their home. His teenage daughter also made a video in which she detailed
Women need to do better and place value on their own lives when it comes to domestic violence. Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence but women apparently are the larger statistic. An unnamed 25-year-old woman got more than
Domestic violence is an epidemic unleashed mostly on women by men all over the world. It is destructive for both the battered and the batterer. Its tendency to be passed down over generations makes it all the more important that
Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. Victims of domestic violence get hurt often and finding succor can be a hard trip. This is because they cannot help themselves. Lauren Wellbank, a freelance writer is a victim of domestic abuse and she’s
Ghanaian comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger advocates that marriage is not a yardstick for success but is a union of two people in love and understanding. She went further to talk on domestic violence in marriages and why most women decide to
A South African man has unveiled his personal experience with domestic violence via social media. The man identified as Themba Ndala, took to twitter to speak about the physical and emotional abuse he allegedly suffered at the hands of insecured
A Twitter user identified as @Annhkay, has taken to social media to share her mother’s painful experience in an abusive marriage and how she left her abuser. According to the young lady, her mum was a strong independent woman but
Much ado about the incessant turbulence rocking a lot of marriages these days! It seems as though marriages, more than anything else, have become a hotbed for eroded values. Earlier today, a Nigerian mum, Shalom Sam-Ogbaji and her three kids were declared
A Nigerian wife and mum-of-three, Erdoo Apollos David, has taken to Facebook to break silence on domestic abuse, using her experience at the hands of her pastor husband as a point of reference. READ ALSO: Domestic Violence Victim Wants Husband Released
Everyone thinks of home as a place of safety, and women are considered even more homely than men, but a new global study is awakening the consciousness of the world to what is clearly a contradiction of those thought patterns.
A final year student of Imo State University (IMSU), Agomuo Jennifer has ended her own life after fearing that she killed her boyfriend whom she attacked with a knife during a quarrel. Jennifer afterwards poisoned herself taking a lethal substance, unknown
A Nigerian man has declared he is now a feminist after a shocking encounter with domestic violence. The worldwide debate for women’s right is gaining momentum even in Nigeria and Nigerians on the Twitter app more than any other can
Yoruba actress and movie producer, Bose Alao Omotoyossi, 33, who is married to Nigerian-born Beninese footballer who plays for Hearts of Oak and also for the Benin national football team, Razak Omotoyossi, has opened up on the domestic violence issue plaguing her marriage.
The truth of the matter is that there is no moral justification for domestic violence; and it does not matter the pedigree of whomever wants to colour the act as acceptable in one or two instances, it’s just not right!
Rather than maintain the culture of silence, it is refreshing to see victims of domestic abuse speak out, recounting their experience with the hope to save lives. This is exactly what a South African woman identified as Sakhe Feketshane has done by
Some news just appear unbelievable! One of the 2 Vice-Presidents of Zimbabwe since December 28, 2017; Kembo Dugish Campbell Mohadi has cried out for help over the torture he receives from his wife, Tambudzani Bhugadi Mohadi. Vice President Mohadi, 68, claims
Domestic violence is an unwelcome ‘epidemic’ that is speedily spreading across the human terrain, and it is sad it has been allowed to linger on till now, when there ought to have been a clearly spelt out ‘reward’ for offenders.
We aren’t hearing the last of this matter anytime soon unless the puzzle surrounding how Duncan Mighty‘s wife, Vivien Nwakanwa Okechukwu got a black eye is unraveled. An Instagram user with the handle, @okokoceline had called Duncan Mighty outfor battering
Talented Nigerian musician, Duncan Mighty Okechukwu, simply known as Duncan Mighty has reacted to a post by a social media user who accused the Port Harcourt based singer of battering his wife, Vivien Nwakanwa Okechukwu and running to Lagos afterwards. The
Nigerian Radio Personality and vlogger, Toke Makinwa, 33, is again dishing out some marital advice to women. In a tweet chat with some of her followers recently, the famous Lagos-based radio show host and author of “On Becoming”, who has
I had wanted to send this post last month, but the emotions were too much for me to handle. So I had to calm down and well, it took me a month. I witnessed this scene when I was only