Self acclaimed relationship expert, Blessing Okoro better known as Blessing CEO has recounted his experience living with a violent man.
The single mother of two who is well known for her controversial relationship advises took to Instagram to reveal how far she has grown 12 years after she left her abusive husband.
Blessing’s revelation was triggered by the death of gospel singer Osinachi Nwachukwu who allegedly died out to domestic violence.
“My kid sister @da_yan0 witnessed the day he beat me to coma, 2 weeks after our wedding, he was beating my lifeless body .My sister still have that fear till now .I heard he is married and still hitting his current wife, anyways that is her decision . Domestic violence is not a joke,this man here abused me to the point that I divorced him at 21 and I feel I did not punish him enough. I am posting this for him to reply me or say jack let me sue him for abuse and molestation.”
“For 5 years you have not paid one kobo on your sons head, I needed people who know you to know./You are that ex .Lucky I now have a voice, you knew I was going to be big and that was your greatest fear, but I am. The death of osinachi brought back the rage and anger. Anyways it’s all over now and I am free.”
She also posted her divorce papers and further revealed how they fought dirty for the custody of the only child of the union.
Blessing CEO wrote: “Divorce is expensive in Nigeria oo.Women save, be independent. Finally divorced him officially. 2016 after 5 years or war. I dragged him to my home town Ebonyi state , fear no gree am match foot because him know say him don shit for church. Which police station him no carry me go, then Social media was still coming up.”
“This man dragged me. I drag am go inspector general of police 😀, he was shocked when I arrested him from ph to Calabar. Kia but I won and got my son back .My son had already told me 3 days after he came back that his daddy use to beat him other mummy 😰. Oga don remarry dey beat him other wife .So I was not the problem it was just his pattern.”