Some men prefer to marry ladies abroad especially when they spend some time living in a foreign land. They get used to the place and they eventually get married there. However, due to their history in their homeland, there may be a lot of secrets that may be kept in such a marriage. When some of these secrets are exposed, it may cause a lot of damage to the relationship or marriage.
A man identified as Chinedu Adikwu has revealed that his brother got married to a woman abroad and when his wife saw his traditional marriage to a woman from Nigeria, she shot the man as he failed to delete the pictures of his traditional marriage from his phone.
This caused a lot of reactions on social media and below are some of them:
The unfortunate incident that happened to the man's brother shows keeping secrets in a marriage can prove to be very costly. It is better to be transparent to one's partner to avoid unfortunate situations. Making a marriage vow is not just for the fun of it but it should be kept diligently.
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