Nabila Fash, the wife of Nigerian musician, Oritsefemi Majemite Ekele, popularly known as Oritsefemi has announced the end of their marriage.
Nabila, in an interview with ‘Free the sheeple’ pioneer, Daddy Freeze revealed that their marriage broke up after the singer cheated on her.
Speaking on the ordeal she faced while they were together, Nabila explained that the singer had two daughters before their union and she took the girls as her own daughters.
She stated that while she was trying to conceive, her husband welcomed a child with another woman.
The estranged wife of the singer disclosed how she had to put up with his constant cheating and eventually had to move out because of domestic violence.
The singer is said to have refused to sign their divorce paper as he believes there is room for reconciliation.
Recall that Nabila had last year accused the singer of bringing another woman to their matrimonial home after she left for work.
Bisi Alimi Discloses How Pastors Tried To Deliver Him Of His Gay Nature
Gay rights activist, Bisi Alimi has recounted some of the horrible things he went through at the hands of Nigerian pastors.
Naija News reports that Bisi’s post comes in response to an investigative journalist, Fisayo Soyombo, who claimed that there are over one hundred prophet con artists in one church.
Taking to his social media, Bisi shared the trauma he underwent at the hands of pastors who wanted to pray the gay away.
He further stated that his serenity, innocence, and dignity was stolen, adding that all the attempt was to be healed by his mother.
He wrote: “As someone who actually went through conversion therapy within the Celestial Church, everything Fisayo wrote here brought back memories. The lies, the fake prophecies, the dramatic exaggerations and many more.
“I am what I am now because of these experiences. I won’t forget what I went through at Foursquare Gospel Church in Mushin. The shame, the horror, the fake deliverance and look at me now….
“At a very young age, these people took away from me, my innocence, my peace of mind, my self worth and rendered me an angry, depressed, lonely and confused teenager and everyone wonders why I despise religion with everything in my soul.
“And sometimes people don’t understand why I find it really really hard, deep in my soul to forgive my mother or my siblings. The scar I am left with is forever visible…. I might come across strong, but every time I see the scar, I fall back into deep depression and I am talking about things that happened to me over 20yrs ago.
“And before you are get it twisted, I love my mum…. I so very much love that woman, she is a warrior and a strong woman, and those are the qualities I took from her, but I can’t deny the pain she caused me in the name of trying to cure me instead of loving me.”