- Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama has shared the horrifying experience she had with her ex-husband Godwin Okri
- Victoria shared her experience with UK-based mental health advocate Malin Anderson in an Instagram Live session
- She said she lived in fear with Godwin, who she said arrested her while she was trying to protect her children
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Nollywood actress Victoria Inyama has narrated what she went through in the hands of her ex-husband Godwin Okri.
In an Instagram Live session with UK-based mental health advocate Malin Anderson, the actress said her former husband maltreated her and made her live in fear, Gistreel reports.
Legit.ng notes that she said Godwin threatened to kill her if she failed to do his bidding, adding that she also arrested her for trying to protect herself and her three kids.
He said: “I was scared because he would tell me ‘I know a lot of people in prison, my clients that owe me a lot of favour because they didn’t do long term and I’ll just waste you and nothing is going to happen.’ At that point I just told him that I’m ready to die, I’m not coming back to you, he said alright, we will see about that.
“He would bring his girlfriends to my house to drop off the kids and one day I said can we just go for a divorce and he said you can’t divorce me, I own you, you are my property, divorce me? I said you’ve moved on, you are living with another woman in your house, he said ‘so? you are not in my house anymore, there has to be a woman in my house’ and I requested a divorce.
”He went on to say ‘first of all you cant divorce me and second of all, which man is going to want a woman with three kids? Oh, you think its because you’ve gone to the university that you think you are now intelligent? You are not intelligent.
“I was arrested in front of my kids and locked up for 12 hours. That was my most humiliating moment in life.”
In other news, tragedy struck as a mental health nurse and a midwife who worked at the same hospital died after contracting the deadly coronavirus.
Forty-one-year-old Lillian Mudzivare and Safaa Alam worked at Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Trust.
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