It is indeed a September to remember for the ex-wife of Nurudeen Orelesi, a Nigerian professional footballer. The lady whose name is Yemisi took to Facebook to share an experience that has left many benumbed.
According to Yemisi, she had gotten married to Orelesi who she called a grown up baby 3 years ago during the month of September 2015. Before then, they had been dating as far back as 9 years.
At that time, Orelesi was preparing in full gear for the world cup and his girlfriend was helping him out. Based on her words, she was there for him all along even at the expense of her own mother who was sick at that time and later died on Wednesday, September 9, 2009.
Upon marrying the footballer who currently plays for FC Kamza in September, his mother-in-law who had always seemed to love Yemisi reportedly turned her back against her and became a thorn in her flesh. This broke up the marriage badly till Orelesi and his wife got divorced.
The aftermath of the whole conflict has led the footballer to calling external sources if he wanted to check up on the son they had together named Iyanu.
See Yemisi’s full post here:
"September to Remember. On this date 3yrs ago I got married to a grown up baby.
This same month 9yrs ago my late mum was hospitalized and I was busy running around for that grown up baby boyfriend of mine who was at the national U-20 camp so as for him make the final list to play at the World Cup. He went for the World Cup this same month 9yrs ago and I also lost my mum in the same month 9yrs ago (9-9-9).
Sep 9th 2009
On the 23rd of that same month 9yrs ago was my mum’s burial and also the grown up baby’s 1st World Cup match againts Venezuela and I left the party with some of my boys to go watch him play and went back to the party afterwards. Hmmm I remember how the grown up baby’s mum was always worshiping, praying, and thanking me for all I was doing for her son and would even bring bunch of fruits for me and my mum hmmm.
Immediately after everything as in after the World Cup that her son got a professional contract and started playing in Europe hmmm she started treating me like a stranger and I was asking myself if she wasn’t the same woman always thanking and praying for me for standing by her son hmmm and all of a sudden started treating me like a stranger hmmm.
I started seeing her true colors when her son became bread winner, I saw hell and even have to leave the house for her and started squatting around with my less than a year old baby just so I can have peace.
After some months her son sent me money to rent an apartment which I did and when her son got back he came to the rented apartment where I was staying with my son not knowing that would be my greatest crime ever oh boi na then the proper wahala come start oh. Dunno if it’s by force to live with a woman who is showing so much hate instead of love ��
Fast forward to when her son finally dumped me and my son this year May hmm he was is Nigeria from May ending till middle of August when someone told me that he had traveled back hmmm and the next thing is that he is always calling people around me to ask how Iyanu is doing and I started wondering what happened to my phones or what really came over the mummy’s boy. If you no marry me again mean say make you no fit ring my phones directly to check up on your son?
Ki Olorun ma jeki a shi ese gbe laaro Ojo wa o... Whatever happens in life, life must continue
NB: please whenever you notice your supposed to be mother in law is against him marrying you please ♀️♀️♀️♀️cause no matter how you try to make it work Mhen kolewerk because na mama get him pikin and last last na the mama own the pikin go do."
Many people who read Oluwayemisi’s story took to advising her on what to do. The majority celebrated her strength, told her to move on and set her face to achieving her career. Others encouraged her with the promise that her husband will come back to her.
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