- A Swiss woman identified as Nwanyiocha has responded to those accusing her of "stealing their black man from them"
- Nwanyiocha is married to a Nigerian man identified as Chief Ezenwa from Isuofia in Anambra state, and the lovebirds have three kids together
- The woman, who took to her Facebook page to address those hating on her, said a king in Igboland chooses his own queen and not the other way round
A Swiss woman married to a Nigerian man has taken to social media to address women accusing her of "stealing their black man from them".
The mother of three identified as Nwanyiocha is married to Chief Ezenwa, who hails from Isuofia in Anambra state.
Sharing a throwback photo of herself and the love of her life on her Facebook page, Nwanyiocha said those accusing her should get their facts right.
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According to her, in Igboland, the king chooses whom he crowns his queen and not the other way round.
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In her words:
"Exposing myself to the public means exposing myself to other opinions. Some people love what I do and others don’t. And I can live with that.
"But some black women accusing me of “stealing” their black man from them should get their facts straight: In Ala Igbo, the king chooses whom he crowns his queen - not the other way around!"
Social media reacts
Many Facebook users soon flooded the comment section of the woman's post to share their thoughts.
Bigg Joo said:
"This White woman deserves everything good from Igbo land. Oyibo like her are rare."
Obioma Ogbu Mbah-Darlington wrote:
"Anyanwu ututu Ezenwa, I love the undiluted love existing between you and your beloved husband. Most of these women talking rubbish wouldn't have loved him unconditionally if he had married them."
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Amaka Ume Ihegazie commented:
"Nwanyiocha our Ruth of the Bible, we love you plenty. Please ignore haters as people must always talk. God bless."
Kemi Elechi wrote:
"Don’t mind them biko. You are even more igbo than most of them. They can’t even cook igbo food like you, talk less of speaking and writing igbo like you. You are the king’s choice and there is nothing anybody can do about it. Much love."
Onyinye Cynthia Mbonu Charles said:
"I'm proud of you nwanyi oma. As long as our brother finds peace and happiness with you, we don't have any problem with you. Keep being the good woman you've always been."
Mexican lady marries Yoruba man
In other news, videos of a Mexican lady getting married to a Nigerian Yoruba man have stirred reactions on social media.
In the clips shared by @elegantalaga on Instagram, the lady and her dad both dressed in Nigerian traditional attires danced happily. The alaga ijoko (MC) sang to usher them into the wedding reception.
Though the bride’s family could be seen dancing in the adorable videos.