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Osorhor Ogenevwegba Michael
Delta state polytechnic otefe oghara ( DESPO )
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Graduate, Nigeria.
A Nigerian Lady took to social media to make a shocking revelation about domestic violence against women. The lady who is identified as Miz Faith surprised the general masses by her position regarding violence against women.

Contrary to the popular opinion that condemns violence outrightly, this young lady described how women need to be constantly beaten by their husbands, so as to ignite the love within them. The woman went further to urge others to allow their husbands to beat them to enable them to not cheat.

She wrote, ”The day my husband stop beating me is the day I know he’s cheating on me! When a man beats you it just means he loves you, ladies. Don’t be ignorant and stupid and listen to this western world and freedom blah blah! Us women need beating to stay humble and loyal to our man! Love Our Nigerian Men”

In a world where domestic violence is frown on and condemned, this Nigerian lady completely disagrees with putting an end to any sort of violence as she had subtly encouraged men with her disturbing post to hit women in spite the fact that violence against women in many cases leads to death.

There is a deep cultural belief in parts of Nigeria that it is socially acceptable to hit a woman as a form of discipline. Domestic violence is no doubt, widespread and shows no signs of lessening in Nigeria. With women like this inciting violence against other women via social media, wife beating would continue to become a thing and isn’t going to go away any-time soon.

In related news, a Nigerian woman has been beaten to stupor by her husband who battered her face – The woman, despite the hurt and pain, says she still loves her husband – Facebook user Duruji Ogechi Duke shared her story and called on people facing any form of violence to speak up A young Nigerian man has taken to social media to share the story of a wife who was beaten up by her husband.

The activist revealed that the woman’s face was damaged to an unidentified state. The man identified as Duruji Ogechi Duke shared her story and photo of the woman beaten up on his Facebook page. According to him, the woman was even rejected by a hospital due to the degree of her injury.

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Duke further explained that the woman had even rejected the help of human rights activists when they tried to intervene. He said the woman noted that she was still in love with her husband. The young man called on people who are in any form of violent situations to speak up and ask him for help.

He wrote: “The husband beat her to stupor that she was rejected at the hospital yet she says she still loves him even when human rights wanted to intervene for her and deal with the BEAST! You see one of the reasons that demoralize me from fighting for most women…If not this kind of men I go beat them like idiot..physically before I involve the police…Is better to have a divorced daughter than a dead daughter…

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source www.dailyadvent.com/lifestyle-fashion/2019/07/10/nigerian-lady-says-the-day-her-husband-stop-beating-her-is-the-day-she-knows-hes-cheating/http://www.dailyadvent.com/lifestyle-fashion/2019/07/10/nigerian-lady-says-the-day-her-husband-stop-beating-her-i...
Nigerian Lady Says The Day Her Husband Stop Beating Her Is The Day She Knows He’s Cheating - Relationships/Romance

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