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I got pregnant nine years ago while dating my current husband and then the issue of marriage came up

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I wasn’t working then. He told my family and I that he doesn’t want a court marriage for no reason.

My parents tried talking to him, I cried and begged him severally to legalize his marriage with me but he stood his grounds not to wed me in a court.

I involved his family members to help me beg him but they said, he’s old enough to make his decisions.

He even refused to do a white wedding either because my church requested for a court certificate, so we ended up doing only traditional marriage.

I later got tired and gave up on the matter. I was hurt and broken but I resolved to marry him like that just to save myself and my family the shame of having a baby outside wedlock.

My dad was angry and disappointed in him but he didn’t care and because of that my dad vowed to see me a successful and independent woman with or without him.

After I gave birth to my baby, my dad helped me secure a job with a
multinational company and things started to turn around for me.

I could now take care of myself and secure a future.

Though I married my husband but I never forgave him from my heart and it made me not to do anything in my husband’s name.

We currently have three kids together but all my properties are in the name of my children. I never used him as my next of kin either.

Just last month my company decided to transfer me to a branch in Texas and the company is willing to pay for my entire family to relocate with me.

My husband’s business is not doing too well and he’s willing to relocate also but we have no legal certificate to show that we are married.

Now he wants us to go to the court to legalize our marriage and I have said “No”

My dad has threatened to disown me if I ever go with him to court.

He’s been tagging me everywhere as a bad wife who is not loyal to her husband, spoiling my family also.

His family members have been calling me trying to persuade

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South Sudan’s first female pilot Aluel Bol Aluenge has risen to the position of captain with a major American airline company Delta AirLines after working with Ethiopian Airlines and FlyDubai.

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South Sudan’s first female pilot Aluel Bol Aluenge has risen to the position of captain with a major American airline company Delta AirLines after working with Ethiopian Airlines and FlyDubai.

Your hard work and perseverance have paid off. Congratulations to you sister, your brain is taking you far!

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Nollywood actor, Junior Pope is dead

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Nollywood actor, Junior Pope is dead

There’s been tragic news in Nollywood as reports emerge of the passing of popular actor Junior Pope.

According to reports, Junior Pope, along with three of his colleagues, was involved in a boat accident while returning from a movie shoot in Anambra State. Sadly, Junior Pope lost his life in the accident.

Emeka Rollas, the President of the Actors Guild, confirmed the devastating news, stating, “It is true, Junior Pope died today in Asaba in a boat accident. We have deposited his corpse in a mortuary in Asaba. Four other people were involved but their bodies are yet to be recovered.”

Similarly, filmmaker Sam Olatunji also announced the sad news on social media, expressing condolences to the family and the entire Nollywood community.

Junior Pope leaves behind his wife and three children.

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MWEETWA SALUTES CATHOLIC PRIEST UNDER CONTENTION

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CHIEF Government Spokesperson, Cornelius Mweetwa, has applauded Catholic Priest, Chewe Mukosa, of Ndola Diocese for speaking out on national matters that require government attention.

Speaking when he addressed a Media Briefing in Choma, Wednesday evening, Mweetwa said government will not curtail the voice of the church even on matters not agreeable, as that is what the freedom of speech and expression.

He stated that going forward, government will find better ways of approaching differences with the Clergy, unlike summoning them for possible rebuke in public domain.

Mweetwa also reminded Law Enforcement Wings on the need to adhere to the Presidential directive of thoroughly investigating an issue before rushing to act.

Father Chewe Mukosa of Ndola was reportedly served with a call out by two plain Clothed Police Officers to appear for questioning early this week.

The Summon which was delivered to his Parish House in absentia while he was out on outstation duty, follows Mukosa’s church homily in which he pointed out various economic and social challenges his parishioners are going through.

The Call out has since been withdrawn by Police.

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