A Nigerian mother of two, Uchenna, recounted how her ex-husband shamed her because of her parents’ uncompleted building.
According to a post she made on her Facebook page on Sunday, July 10, the incident happened after their traditional wedding.
Read her post as you scroll,
“I remember when we got back from my traditional marriage, ‘unku’ said “you lied to me and I went to your village and you didn’t even have a house”. I looked at myself. When did I lie?,”
“You met me in lagos jumping danfo and you thought what? He was not wrong. We’ve always been rich. The money part of wealth or riches is only a fraction of what wealth indeed is. Wealth of character, Wealth of values
“Anyway, the person who tried to shame my parents’ uncompleted building …neither his parents nor grandparents had a block or kiosk to their names in their life time.
“My parents completed their building and my mum lived there for 7 years before she went to be with the Lord…7 years is longer than most Igbo families utilise their village homes… just saying. There’s no peace for the wicked.”