She recalled how she was accused of having bad character which they claimed accounted for her inability to find a husband.
A Nigerian woman has expressed excitement to finally get married after enduring a turbulent life as a single woman.
She recalled how she was accused of having bad character which they claimed accounted for her inability to find a husband for years.
She said the negative comments affected her to the point that she started doubting and questioning her sanity.
According to her, such remarks can make a woman lose her self-confidence and it’s only a strong person that can endure it.
Speaking in a video she posted on TikTok, the woman said she sometimes looks at her husband and their home, and takes delight in being the ‘madam of the house’.
Watch the video below:
A Shari’a Court sitting in Kano on Wednesday, ordered the remand of two brothers, Saifullahi Hamisu, Mujahid Hamisu and one Hassana Surajo, in a correctional centre for allegedly enticing a married woman.
The defendants, who live at Bachirawa Quarters, Kano, are facing a three-count charge of aiding, abetting and enticing a married woman.
The prosecutor, Mr Aliyu Abideen, told the court that one Abubakar Ahmad of Fagge Quarters, Kano, reported the matter at the SCID Bompai Kano on Dec. 22, 2022.
Abideen alleged that on the same date, at about 4pm, the defendant criminally conspired and trespassed into the house of the complainant situated at Dorayi Quarters, Kano.
“The defendants pretended to be relatives of the complainant’s wife (Fatima Alhassan).
“As a result, the complainant discovered that the first defendant, Saifullahi, was enticing his wife and that they were chatting on WhatsApp.
“The said Saifullahi was the ex-boyfriend of the complaint’s wife.”
Saifullahi pleaded not guilty, while the second and third defendants pleaded guilty to the charge.
He said the offence contravened the Kano State Shari’a Law.
Malam Nura Yusuf-Ahmad ordered that the defendants be remanded in a correctional centre.
He adjourned the matter until Feb. 17 for hearing.