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
Popular actress and model, Olayinka Olukunga, known for her role as Nnenna in the popular TV drama, “Nnenna and Friends”, has shared her thoughts in a message addressed to women, on the alarming rate of domestic violence in our society. While
Trending in the report of domestic abuse is Super Eagles star, Shehu Abdullahi who has been accused of battering his wife, Sumayya Mustapha. It is always sickening to hear of men who beat their wives. Aren’t these women the same
A Nigerian television presenter, Hilda Ehidiamen Esangedo Zeb Ejiro, has narrated her domestic violence story. In a chat with RITA OKONOBOH of Tribune, Hilda of Touch Not Foundation, told why she remained in her abusive marriage for 12 years. The
Over the last few days, the social media has been agog with a lot of ‘drama’ and one of such is the accusation and counter accusations by Nollywood actress and former Sound City presenter, Juliet Mgborukwe and her estranged husband,
Actress and former Sound City presenter, Juliet Mgborukwe shocked Nigerians last week when she announced plans to divorce her husband, Chima Ojukwu, the second time and she alleged domestic violence as her reason for a divorce this second time. The mom-of-two had
A twitter user @ronkizzle93 shared an interesting post about how some moms-in-law reacted when their sons beat their wives. According to the poster; ”A man beat his wife up, his own mother came and took the wife and their son
Nollywood actress and former Sound City presenter, Juliet Mgborukwe and Chima Ojukwu got married in 2011, separated in 2012, just months after their wedding, but got back together in 2014. At that time, she claimed they went their separate ways due
Nigeria has been ranked the ninth most dangerous country to be a woman, according to a United States Thomson Reuters survey. Punch reports that Nigeria made the list alongside India, which tops the list, DR Congo, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and Somalia,
Super mom Serena Williams joins the crusade to stop domestic violence. According to the Tennis champ, her passion is driven by her wanting to be a strong role model for her 9-month-old daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. and women suffering from not only
One of the voices conspicuously missing to date in the ongoing case of R. Kelly‘s alleged sexual abuse scandal is that of the singer’s ex-wife, Andrea Kelly, who is the mother of his three children. In recent months, several women have come forward detailing
The dangers of domestic violence is usually undermined until a life is lost. Women mostly are the preys to this heinous experience. The family of a woman is currently mourning her loss following her unfortunate death allegedly as a result
About a week after Nollywood actress/producer, Bose Alao took to her social media page to publicly announce the end of her ten years marriage to Nigerian footballer, Rasaq Omotoyossi over domestic violence suffered meted out to her, the mum of
24-year-old Olamide Akinbola, who made headlines last week after stabbing her husband to death (read here), has been remanded in Kirikiri Prisons on the orders of an Ebute Meta Chief Magistrates’ Court, Daily Post reports. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs O.A.
Bose Alao, a popular Yoruba actress and movie producer, has taken to social media to shockingly announce that her ten-year marriage to football star, Rasaq Omotoyosi is over. Just days ago, the mother of four beautiful girls heartily celebrated her tenth
Journalist, Azuka Jebrose, launched a campaign for the freedom for Mrs Olamide Bose Akinbobola, the teacher who stabbed her husband to death in Ikorodu. Jebrose said his close associates went to the compound of the woman yesterday and what they gathered