If there’s anything a Nigerian lady and mother of two identified as Uwaila Agbonson is happy for, it is her divorce from her husband, Emmanuel.
The Nigerian lady who celebrated her divorce and even shared a photo, also went a step further to call out the side chicks who ruined her marriage. She also warned the ladies who have long left their accounts on private, to stay away from her kids.
Here’s what she wrote below;
This is not the first time a lady will be celebrating her divorce. Few months ago, a beautiful U.S.-based Egyptian woman decided to celebrate the end of her problematic marriage in the most savage way one could ever think of. According to the woman, Cenderella Nana, she uploaded videos of a huge ‘divorce party’ she hosted after she parted ways with her husband. She captioned the video;
“My divorce party, thank God. One of the best days of my life.”
In the footage, she is seen wearing a white dress, dancing, and cutting a divorce cake. Given that divorced Arab women often face stigma and harsh judgements, Nana was hailed by many as a ground breaker.
However, she got lots of hate in the comments left by people who are not happy by her decision under her post, but has since hit back in several Facebook posts and live streams. There are also some who are happy for what she did.
Also a woman identified as Briana made a toast, in which she said she had no idea who her true friends were until her divorce journey started about two years ago.
She toasted to “everyone who has ever been in a relationship that was abusive, that hurts, that they shouldn’t have stayed in, that they didn’t know how to get out of, because there is light at the end of the tunnel and it took me a long time to get there but this is my light at the end of the tunnel. I am here, I am strong, I am happy. I have so many new beginnings, so many great people in my life. I had no idea all the things that were coming to me in this world and I am so happy to have it.”
After the speech, she poured gasoline on the dress as her friends cheered loudly, encouraging her. After pouring gasoline, she told everyone to back up and added “especially my child” to avoid getting burnt. She then lit the dress on fire and her friends cheered even louder and clapped.