Nigerian woman apologizes to husband after accusing him of domestic violence on Facebook

Nigerian lady who rained curses and accused her husband of domestic violence reconciles with him, says she lied against her husband

A few weeks ago, a lady identified as Lyrnda Onwuali went viral after she made a post on Facebook calling out her husband. She accused him of being abusive and revealed that he is financially dependent on her.

She has returned on Facebook with another username to apologize to her husband saying that she told lies against him because she was angry.

According to her, all the allegations she made about her husband are untrue and that she did it in order to express her anger over something that is now insignificant. She shared new loved-up photos with her husband and wrote:

“Hello Everyone, I a Lyrnda Onwunali (formerly ) but temporarily Zymmie David on here (Zymmie is the pet name for Ozioma, which happen to be my native name & David is one of the names given to my newly born son).

I needed to change to this new name so as to prevent being easily identified by some unfamiliar accounts as I became an easy target for many who decided to turn themselves to an enemy.

By the way, on the 4th & 5th of October, 2017, I had a very silly post on here about my hubby “Okpoebo Chidozie” go viral; a result of plain anger on my side (which the bible explicitly stated “lies in the bossom of fools”) & of impulsivity.

And even though that post might have provided a lot of opportunities to rain abuse on me by some and a source of sheer entertainment for many others; I’d like to state here that none of those characters stated in that post defines or portrays my husband, no, not even one of it.

In a bid to express my anger over what now seem to be a highly insignificant issue, I apparently did hurt my own very self and ego & so would agree that I deserved every single insult I did receive.

Lady who accused her husband of domestic violence

I’d like to sincerely apologize to my husband OKPOEBO CHIDOZIE, the father of my own son, Ryan Somtochukwu Chibuike; my pride, my strength, and my heartbeat & to ask him to please forgive me for that momentary madness, for letting the devil have his moment.

I’d also like to ask for the forgiveness of my ever-loving mum, brothers, sisters, very highly genuine friends, especially #Ebenebe Chinedu* *sobs* and my pastor for disappointing them so badly but more importantly, I want to thank yall for the moral support, sound advice and fervent prayers y’all offered.

Thank you all for never leaving me when it looked like the entire world was against me. Y’all made me feel very loved and strong again, you were there when I needed you the most.

Lady Onwunali’s Facebook post

I’d also like to state that the sanity and peace in our home have been fully restored and that my husband, our son, Ryan and myself are happily back together as one family. Thank you so very much, my hubby, for letting us have our home, our pride and our peace back.

I love you so very much my heart; I could never have asked for a more understanding and forgiving husband. May God Almighty continue to grow, enlarge, keep, protect, direct and bless you for our young family.

I love you from the very bottom of my heart. May God bless you always.
#HappyTogetherAgain #WhatGodHasJoinedTogetherLetNoManPutAssunder#GenuinelyThankful.

I hope this lady actually wrote this. I hope this lady is not lying to herself just to be accepted.

I hope this lady is not being coerced to do this. I hope this lady will be matured enough to keep her marriage off social  media except it becomes life threatening.

And I also hope that this young lady will love herself above any violent marriage. I


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3 Responses

  1. Women who are subject to domestic violence some go back to their abuser. This maybe the case with this lady. I don’t understand why she would say she was abused because she was angry it makes no sense. Domestic violence is serious it is not a game. Domestic violence kills.

  2. Helen Udunze says:

    Nonsense and apology.

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