- After labelling his wife a witch and sending her packing, a Nigerian man has gone back to beg for her forgiveness
- The man was said to have cut ties with his wife for a year after labelling her a witch and sending her packing
- He could be seen in a video that has gone viral on social media kneeling down for his wife to forgive in the presence of a pastor
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A video has emerged online in which a Nigerian man who labelled his wife a witch and sent her packing could be seen on his knees begging for her forgiveness in the presence of a pastor.
The man returned to his wife's home to pleaded with her a year after cutting ties with the woman over witchcraft allegation.
Briefly.co.za learnt that in the video which has gone viral on social media, the man could be seen kneeling down to the woman in question asking for forgiveness.
The pastor could also be seen begging the woman to forgive her husband, saying God has vindicated her.
In other news, popular Nollywood actress Lizzy Anjorin has refuted claims that her husband had five other wives before tying the knot with her.
The actress, who recently got married, said she had been a very good friend to her husband for 14 years before finally tying the knot with him.
According to her, she knows all his activities and the ladies he had dated. She said because her husband dated them does not define legal marriage. Lizzy said her husband does not have the strength to keep two wives, not to talk of keeping six wives.
She wrote on her official Instagram page:
"The pictures been displayed on social media by these haters, are people never known to my husband. I am aware of the provision of the law on bigamy."
The actress urged anyone that has proof that her husband is legally married to other ladies to go to court or post the evidence on social media for all to see.
Lizzy, however, said if anyone has kids for her husband, they should not hesitate to bring them as their mansion is big enough to accommodate 10,000 children.
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