Why it’s important for men in their 20s to date Imo women – Entrepreneur

A Nigerian man simply known as Mr Meks, has used the sad story of a woman being unfaithful in marriage to share valuable relationship tips.

The fashion designer said that he read how the woman’s husband ended his life after finding out she was cheating on him.

Mr Meks said such incident is why he always advises young men in their 20s to date Imo women so that the heartbreak they experience will help them build character.

He wrote; “Today I read the sad story of a man who committed svicide because his wife was cheating. Unfortunate Incidents like these is the reason why I’ll always recommend young men in their early 20’s to date women from Imo state so their hearts can be broken early to build character.”

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Meanwhile, in another news…

An Area Court at Center-Igboro, Ilorin in Kwara has dissolved the marriage of one Majeed Suleiman and wife, Ganiyat Suleiman over her ‘serial adultery.’

The petitioner told the court that his wife engages in extramarital affair, for over seven years and he could no longer tolerate her.

“I am only in court because I don’t want to put laws into my hands or beat her mercilessly or even drag her roughly out of the house.

“I can no longer tolerate my wife having extramarital affairs, especially considering the age of our kids; 9, 12 and 15 years old,” he added.

Judge AbdulKadir Ahmed said after carefully listening to the two parties, the court noticed that there was frustration in the attitude of the petitioner, the husband while the respondent showed a nonchalant attitude.

According to Ahmed, divorce is not something to hurriedly conclude but in a situation when the petitioner insisted and behaved like he could no longer tolerate his partner, divorce should be considered.

The judge, therefore, dissolved the marriage between the petitioner and the respondent and ordered that the respondent observe her three-month Iddah period in her matrimonial home.