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‘I left my marriage of 8 years’ – Young Nigerian mother celebrates 7-year divorce anniversary

Bybloogify

Sep 6, 2022

A Nigerian woman identified as Iphie, has taken to social media to reveal that she is a divorcee who left her marriage of eight years.

The mother said that she divorced her husband seven years ago and she went way with her two daughters.

Iphie, in a post via her Twitter page @iphieajike, on 5th of September, celebrated her 7-year divorce anniversary.

She cheered to making it out alive and recounted how she was uncertain of what the future held for her when she left her husband.

@iphieajike tweeted; ”Today 7 years ago, I left my marriage of 8 yrs with two little girls and moved out here.

Alone, afraid and unsure of what the future held but knowing without a shadow of doubt that it was time. Cheers to making it out alive! 🥂 🎉”

See her post:

In reaction, netizens shared varying comments, while some congratulated her, others said they would not be so quick to judge the man because they have not heard his side of the story.

@Bio_teddy; Congratulations. Sending you lots of love with hugs filled with pride. May you continue to have the strength that you need and I pray GOD gives you all you want and need and a good man to love you and your children right 🤗

@Bologinma; Congratulations and Well done! You survived and thrived! You did it! Here’s to many more years of a glorious, wonderful life lived on your own terms!

adedayo_mustaph; Congratulations and God bless you. Since you brought it here, I pray that the man finds Favor and blessings from God. We were not there and we witnessed nothing so caution is needed.

@0fc0b1e1bc374ef; God bless you. The world have move beyond fowl cry on socio-media. We are not there when she left her union. So she should enjoy her new never.

@alukokemi; Congratulations for making it out alive and for God’s sustaining grace since that time. Continue to be strong for yourself and your children. I pray it will end in praise.

@noli_stephan; Your girls will be forever grateful to you for the lesson you’ve taught them. I am super proud of you for taking that decision not just for yourself but for them too

@CollinsUma; Congratulations on how you stayed strong and thrived. My marriage was 8 years too when I left, also with two kids, so I know some difficulties you may not be able to talk about. May God give you much more success.

@ChipmunkFF; “Cheers to making it out alive!” warmed my heart so much. Best of luck to you and yours!! 🙏👍

@Oyedokun4Sunday; Lemme joined them say cheers 🍻 we don’t even know the side of the story👌 Nigeria 🤔

@Min_MooNah; Congratulations you were brave. Nevee forget your happiness is important.

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