My wife invited her friends to beat me up in our home – Oritse Femi

Nigerian street musician, Oritsefemi Majemite Ekele, known by his stage name, Oritse Femi has alleged that his estranged wife, Nabila Fash, invited her friends to their home to brutalise him.

The ‘Double Wahala’ crooner said his wife’s friends, about 20 ladies, overpowered and physically assaulted him during their marital crisis.

My wife invited her friends to beat me up in our home - Oritse Femi

Oritse Femi opened up about the alleged assault while having a candid interview with seasoned journalist, Chude Jideonwo.

The music star, who said he has been unlucky with marriages, noted that his first wife also dumped him after sponsoring her to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.

Oritse Femi said; “My wife [Nabila Fash] asked her friends to come and beat me up in my house. I said, ‘Look at me o; a whole me, lion na he women dey pursue.’ They were about 20. They dealt with me. I’m not lying”.

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A Kenyan man, Antony Ng’ang’a, has shared a heartbreaking story of how his estranged wife subjected him to demeaning treatment in their marriage.

The single father of two said he suffered endlessly until the marriage ended when his wife abandoned him with a three-month-old baby.

He recalled with heavy teary eyes during an interview on Citizen TV’s Shajara with Lulu show, that his wife in 2016 and they got married immediately.

Antony said their union was frought with troubles and challenges from the very beginning. He claimed to have caught her on several occasions holding hands with other men on the streets and whenever he confronted them, they would allegedly beat him up.

In his words; “I would leave for work at 5 a.m. and come back around midnight. One day a neighbour called me and informed me there was a man in our house and he left immediately after I got into the house. This was after the neighbours told me they spotted my wife with other men.

“She started drinking and I would meet her holding hands with other men on the road and every time I asked, they would attack and beat me up”.

According to the middle-aged man, he stopped sharing his bed with his wife and moved into their children’s bedroom, until she informed him one night that she was done with their marriage and left.

Antony narrated; “She took the children with her but returned them in the morning including the one who was three months then, I begged her to stay especially for the lastborn who I believed needed her mother, but she refused”.