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“I raised my children from kindergarten to master’s degree, and my spouse didn’t pay a single bill,” says Onyeka Onwenu of her failing marriage.

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“I raised my children from kindergarten to master’s degree, and my spouse didn’t pay a single bill,” says Onyeka Onwenu of her failing marriage.

Onyeka Onwenu, a popular veteran singer, has spoken out about her failed marriage and how she raised her children alone.

Onyeka Onwenu expresses herself
During an interview with media personality Kikelomo Atanda-Owo, the 70-year-old performer, who married a Yoruba Muslim guy in 1984, recounted her story.

According to the mother of two, she didn’t want to divorce her husband, but it would have killed her if she hadn’t done so at the right time.

In her own words:

“It was terrible because I didn’t want my marriage to dissolve, but I couldn’t handle it any longer; it would have killed me.” I always say that it is the truth, and that it was not good for the children to grow up in an environment where the mother was miserable and carrying the family’s burden.

“From kindergarten through master’s degree, I raised my children.” My husband didn’t pay school fees for one day, didn’t buy clothes, didn’t pay for vacations, didn’t give me housekeeping money, but he was a nice, kind, and generous man, and basically, there was control where if you didn’t do what he wanted, ‘well, I’m not going to help you, I’m not going to give you money, and I’d like to say this to Nigerians, any man who has children, has a

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