Family Deported After Husband Exposed Wife's Fake Nursing Degree in UK

Family Deported After Husband Exposed Wife's Fake Nursing Degree in UK

  • A UK-based lady has shared a dramatic incident involving a family deportation after internal conflicts led to unexpected consequences
  • The drama began when the wife approached the Home Office to request the removal of her husband as her dependent
  • In retaliation, the husband reported his wife to the authorities, revealing that she had been working in the UK using a fake nursing degree

A recent case of family deportation has come to light, shared by a woman based in the UK, detailing the consequences of a bitter domestic dispute.

The situation escalated when the wife sought assistance from the Home Office to remove her husband from her dependent status.

Nigerian family fter they reported each other to UK governemnt.
Husband and wife deported from UK. Photo credit: @mummy_oniturbani
Source: TikTok

This action jeopardised the husband’s employment and residency status, potentially leading to his deportation to Nigeria.

In a retaliatory move, the husband informed the authorities that his wife had been practising as a nurse in the UK with a falsified degree.

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This disclosure led to the deportation of the entire family, including their children, back to Nigeria, according to @mummy_oniturbani.

Iman Muhammad, a young Nigerian lady, shared her thoughts on the case of the couple:

“That's very irresponsible of the couple. One would have thought couple would be kind to each other. It is bad to see that in these circumstances, they decided to make a less critical decision that led to unexpected consequences.”

Watch the video below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

Seuntreacts said:

“One thing | dont like is when people i, expect the second person not to react to actions of the first person. And they will say because of the kids. The first person no reason am? Well…”

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Iam_goodnessusman wrote:

“All I see here is couple living as enemies for a long time. Two people who are using themselves in the name of marriage. Two people who are always competing against each other. Nothing about their marriage has love, trust or even the slightest bit of friendship. Bitterness, hatred and over smartness rules in their lives. Unfortunately, they would have done damaged their kids. I pity the kids.”

Botellascubesdrinks commented:

“I am really proud of the man,brotherhood please clap for him.”

Koko.odunsi said:

“He who comes to Equity must come with clean hands. That is to say you can’t have cockroach in your cupboard then report your neighbor for having bugs in theirs.”

Nigerian family faces deportation

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Aisha Kolo and her two daughters had hoped to find a safe haven in Canada after fleeing from Nigeria, where they faced threats linked to her husband’s job.

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But their dream of starting a new life in Ottawa was shattered when the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada rejected their refugee claim twice, saying they could relocate to another city within their home country, CBS News reported in 2022.

Now, they are facing deportation in less than a week, and they are pleading with the Canadian government to intervene.

In a recent development, Legit.ng also reported that the Ogunkoya family, a Nigerian family residing in Canada, says they face the imminent threat of deportation by the Canadian government.

Source: Legit.ng

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Basit Jamiu (Editor) Basit Jamiu is an award-winning journalist and a human interest editor with more than 5 years of experience in the media (Ikeja Bird, Prime Progress, The Movee). He started his journalism career after graduating from Ekiti State University in 2018. He is a 2023 MTN Media Fellow, OCRP Fellow at ICIR, and Accountability Fellow at CJID. He also has professional certificates in Information Management, Technical Writing, Digital Marketing from Google. He can be reached via basit.jamiu@corp.legit.ng.