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This Man Called His Wife A Witch, Sent Her Packing & 2 Years Later, This Is Happening

A Nigerian man is on the lips of so many at the moment, following a video of him kneeling to beg his wife for forgiveness after 2 years of accusing her of being witch, infidelity and sending her packing from his house.

From all indications, the man came begging after realising he messed up big time by chasing his wife away.

The said wife, named Chekwube, was left speechless after her estranged husband came begging with a popular Enugu pastor, known as Ihewejeweme.

It was really a heartbreaking moment as also seen in the video making rounds online.

The mother of the lady looked very uninterested anymore but as a typical Igbo mama, she will forgive the man, but not so fast.

It's gathered that the church asked him to beg for the woman's forgiveness, following a revelation that the woman was innocent.

The annoying part of this whole thing is the man never even asked about his children for 2 years yet he came begging for forgiveness.

In the video which was shared on social media, one of the man's daughter, tried to touch him, but the way her angry grandma reprimanded/kicked the little child really calls for concern.

The pastor at some point, tried to coerce the lady's mother into "helping issues" but she insisted on the man coming again with every member of his family, in fact his people to beg properly.

Another observation i made in the video, is that they didn't allow the man talk for himself and apologize properly, instead he knelt down while someone else spoke on his behalf!

Honestly speaking, I wept watching this video.

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The way some men treat women who sacrifice themselves to start up a family with them, is usually so disheartening.

I just imagined what the scenario would have been like, if the lady had moved on, probably doing her business, looking good and taking care of the kids.

This man and his church people might not even have met her at home.

If you're in the woman's shoe, will you forgive?

What do you guys think about this matter?


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