Man cries out as his estranged wife marries his best man

Man cries out as his estranged wife marries his best man

- A Nigerian man identified as Shola Motunbi has called out his estranged wife and accused her of betraying their marital affair

- According to Motunbi, who is currently seeking redress in court, his wife, Marian Ekiomado ran off with his bestman and secretly tied the knot

- Shola Motunbi married Marian in August 2016 and few months into their marriage, she became estranged

A Nigerian man identified as Shola Motunbi has cried out over the alleged violation of his marital affair by his estranged wife. According to Motunbi, he married the love of his wife, Marian Ekiomado in August, 2016 but their marriage immediately started suffering.

Ekiomado reportedly worked tirelessly to kick Shola out of their matrimonial home and succeeded by using thugs to bully him. Few months after tying the knot, Marian, became estranged and left Motunbi hanging without serving divorce papers.

Shola was left shocked when he later found out that his estranged wife was tying the knot with another who happen to be the bestman at the their wedding.

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39-year-old Shola told Vangaurd that: "I married Marian Ekiomado on August 6, 2016, both traditional and the white wedding took place that day, we also had marriage registry."

"To my greatest surprise, I receive a call on Saturday 27th of April 2019, that she’s getting married in her mother’s house at Sapele road. I later found that she was getting married to my best man."

Man cries out as his estranged wife marries his best man

Shola Motunbi and his estranged wife, Marian Ekiomado (Picture/UGC)
Source: UGC

The obviously angered Shola has filed a law suit against his estranged wife, charging her for breach of marital law.

Man cries out as his estranged wife marries his best man

Marian Ekiomado and her alleged new hubby (Picture/UGC)
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian man identified as Adeniran Ayodeji on Facebook has sparked a debate online after claiming that women who are too loyal, faithful and submissiv* to their spouses/partners often look foolish and desperate.

His statement which can be taken as a reflection of his view on commitment suggests that women should walk into relationships and marriages half-heartedly to avoid looking ‘foolish and desperate.’

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