A Law Should Be Passed to Give Women 70% Of their Husband’s Property In Case of Divorce Because Nigerian Men Are Too Addicted to Cheating – Joro

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Nigerian relationship expert Joro Olumofin has called for a new law to be passed to help Nigerian ladies who have to divorce their spouses due to infidelity.

According to him, Nigerian men are pigs who are always cheating thus women need some protections in law.

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His solution is to propose a law that in any divorce brought about by a man cheating on the wife, she should be entitled to 70% of his properties.

He said: “It’s so sad. Nigerian wives are suffering every day because there are no stringent consequences to infidelity in a marriage. Perfidy and Lewdness is in the DNA of 85% of Nigerian men because having more than 1 girlfriend is a sign of success and good health.

“The victims of these behaviours are Nigerian wives who look on in destitute as their husbands break their vows on a daily basis without any consequences.

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“The Nigerian Courts should enforce a “70% – 30%” Law in the case of infidelity by a Husband. 70% of assets go to a wife if her husband cheats. This will secure the future of women after a divorce and reduce duplicity by men in marriages.” Joro said.

With a parliament made up of men, most of whom are legally married to more than one wife and cheat all the time, it’s obvious this is not happening anytime soon.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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