- Love is a beautiful thing, but when two people can no longer live together as one, they think of divorce so as to opt out of the marriage
- This was what happened to a young woman identified on Twitter as Ego Oyibo
- Ego Oyibo with the Twitter handle @Ojornelu recently took to the social media platform to celebrate her divorce after a Lagos high court dissolved her marriage
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Ojornelu has taken to the social media platform to celebrate getting a divorce.
@Ojornelu shared a dancing GIF on her page and captioned it:
"Signed the dotted lines today....Happily Divorced!!!"
The divorcee went on to expressed gratitude to the Lagos state high court for making dissolving her marriage with her partner.
Briefly.co.za notes that the young woman may be celebrating the fact that she left a toxic marriage and she is finally able to find her peace.
Taking to the comment section to react to the post, @_deeloc wrote:
"Lmaoo been trolling before o. But this one? We gats do something!!!!!!!!"
@irepunited congratulated the young woman and suggested they have a party to celebrate the divorce.
In her words:
"Baby girl let’s have a party . Congratulations."
"Thank you mama. I kuku collected vaccine this week so I'm ready to party."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a man who chose to divorce his wife after finding money she had hidden from him. The man is set to divorce his wife of 15 years after she failed to support him with money to complete his house despite having R700k to her name.
In a screenshot shared on Twitter by @Postsubman, it was indicated that the woman refused to support her husband because her name wasn't included in the house document.
The woman decided to buy a house in her name but was duped of R700k. Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"Are they investment partners or couples? You don't want to include her name in your investment, yet you're angry she's getting one without involving u, now u both are even but u want to break marital vows at this slight provocation cause you're a man. You both are mad."
"Why do women feel their friends advice will be better than that of the man who married them and has supported them for years??
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