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Domestic Violence Doesn't Exist...In Nigeria

Hello my dearest and nearest, how have you been doing? I hope all has been going fairly well and if it hasn't know that I already have you in my prayers.

Today, I am sharing a Vlog from my YouTube channel. The topic doesn't only apply to women from Nigeria. It applies to anyone who comes from a culture where discussing domestic violence is seen as a taboo subject.


My take is that it is a lame excuse and that's why some cultures like mine see it as a taboo subject.

There is also a backward mentality that a man owns his wife and he can do whatsoever he pleases with her. WRONG. Does this resonate with you?



Then, please watch and listen to the video.

Do not believe any of the nonsense that you may be fed by people who have not walked a mile in your shoe.


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