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Friday, May 28, 2021

Nigerian native doctor cries out after his wife brutalised his mother; almost leading to her death

A popular Igbo native doctor, Ossy Opara, has cried out to his followers and his three children after his estranged wife brutalised his mother, despite her poor health condition. 



Taking to his Facebook page, Ossy Opara, called out his wife, Blessing, for beating up his mother. He also sent an emotional message to his three sons; Ikechukwu, Chukwuemeka and Munachimso, that they might not be able to see their grand mother again, because her health is deteriorating after being beaten by their mother. 

His statement reads: "Ikechukwu Opara, Chukwuemeka Opara, and Munachimso Opara. Happy children's day to you my sons.

This is the last children's day that you will celebrate with me by proxy in an inhumane way. It is likely that you may not meet your grandmother (my mom) alive when you come back, I tried to make you see your grandmother today (her health is failing her as a result of the beatings she received from your mother Blessing ontop her health condition). I tried so hard and made calls that I wasn't supposed to make, all for the love of family. The internet never forgets.

I will not indict myself in anyway, but you will hear the story of how your father is a Daredevil, you will look at me and be proud to have a father, an only son that conquers multitude of brethren. Ochubara dike n'ohia, that's what you will call me.
It is a challenge, and a promise. A mortal one, till I die."

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