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I can’t dance naked because I cheated, I want divorce, woman tells court



A trader, Sandra Iyenanye, has approached the Igando Customary Court, seeking dissolution of the long-distance marriage to her husband, Vestus Iyenanye.

The petitioner urged the court to grant her a divorce from her husband for abandonment, cheating and negligence.

“My husband, who is based in Austria, has since abandoned the home. He has come home four to five times since our marriage in 2019, and he has once beaten me up with a belt because of another woman,” she said.

She told the court that her uncle waded into the matter, after which he returned to Austria.


However, Mrs Iyenanye said she exchanged words with her husband over the telephone after failing to fulfil his promise of returning to Nigeria.

“We exchanged words on the phone, his family held on to what I said, termed it abominable and labelled me a bad wife,” she said.

She alleged that Mr Iyenanye also stopped sending funds for the family’s upkeep, adding that her mother was ill throughout the period and later died.

The petitioner claimed her husband did nothing about it at first but later sent some money to her.

“When I saw that my husband was not trying to make the marriage work nor even attend to my sexual needs, I had a one-time affair. His family said I must dance naked in the village square as atonement and pay the sum of N100,000.


“I asked my husband if he would still accept me, and he said NO,” she said. “I want a divorce from him as I do not even intend to perform the rites either; it’s best we both go our separate ways, and I will be granted custody of the children,” Mrs Iyenanye said.

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Standing in for the respondent was his brother, Cobina Iyenanye, who had good things to say about his brother’s wife and sang praises of her.

“I only agreed to come to the court because I want them to separate without fights and all dues be given to the woman,” he said.

The court president, Adeniyi Koledoye, adjourned the matter until August 2 for judgement.

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‘Late Alaafin’s Estranged Wife Flirts’ With Portable Amidst Dating Rumours



Queen Damilola, the estranged wife of the late Alaafin of Oyo, has fuelled more dating talks with Nigerian singer, Portable.

media reports that this comes amidst rumours that Dami, who was banned from returning to the palace after the death of Oba Adeyemi, is in a romantic relationship with the ‘Zazoo’ crooner.

Although the duo have been silent about the speculations but a check on their Instagram pages shows how they both expressed love to each other at different times in the comment section.

Portable and the Alaafin’s ‘runaway wife’ also referred to each other as king and queen alongside a series of love emojis.


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From pizza delivery boy to Britain’s youngest billionaire



Ben Francis was born on June 4, 1992, in Worcestershire, England.

From an early age, he had a keen interest in computers.

While attending university, Ben worked part-time at Pizza Hut, earning $5 an hour.

Passionate about fitness and eager to create something of his own, Ben began making fitnesswear in his parents’ garage.


Little did he know that this humble beginning would pave the way for Gymshark’s incredible success.

Ben envisioned Gymshark as the UK’s answer to Nike and Adidas.

He launched the Gymshark website in 2011 during his time as a 19-year-old student at Aston University in Birmingham.

Combining his love for technology and fitness, Ben created a series of fitness websites for fun.

The shift from drop shipping supplements to manufacturing clothes happened spontaneously.


Ben and his friend Lewis Morgan recognized a gap in the market for well-fitting and stylish gymwear.

Determined to fill this void, they decided to create their own line of fitnesswear.

Leveraging the sewing skills of his mother and grandmother, Ben learned the basics watching YouTube.

He collaborated with a local screen printer to bring Gymshark’s fitnesswear to life.

In 2012, Gymshark was officially incorporated, with Lewis Morgan as a co-founder.


A major turning point for Gymshark occurred in 2014 at the Bodypower Expo in Birmingham.

Ben invited popular fitness YouTubers to join them, unknowingly tapping into the power of influencer marketing.

The brand gained significant traction, propelling Gymshark’s growth.

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Ben’s decision to drop out of college and focus on Gymshark was a difficult one because he was the first person in his family to attend college.

However, with consistent revenue and unwavering support from his parents, Ben took the leap, which accelerated Gymshark’s growth.


Even amid the challenges of the pandemic, Gymshark thrived as an exclusively online business.

While brick-and-mortar stores faced closures, people embraced home workouts, driving sales for Gymshark.

In 2020, Gymshark’s revenue surged by 58%, surpassing half a billion dollars.

Ben believed Gymshark’s ability to connect with consumers personally through influencer partnerships and digital fitness communities gave them an advantage.

The pandemic accelerated trends such as home workouts and sustainability, which Gymshark readily embraced.


In 2020, General Atlantic recognized Gymshark’s potential and acquired a 21% stake in the company.

The deal valued Gymshark at over $1 billion, making it one of the few British unicorns without prior external investment.

Ben Francis, with a 70% stake, neared billionaire status.

Ben Francis’s story is a testament to the power of passion, dedication, and embracing opportunities.

From a young student working at Pizza Hut to the CEO of a billion-dollar company, Ben’s journey is an inspiration to entrepreneurs and dreamers alike.


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I’m giving out my diamond wedding ring – Sina Rambo’s wife, Heidi confirms divorce



Heidi Korth, wife of Sina Rambo, a son of Governor Ademola Adeleke of Osun State, has confirmed her divorce from the singer.

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She made the confirmation in a video shared via her Instastory where she revealed her intention to give away her diamond wedding ring to any couple who are planning to get married.

The mother of one said, “This is my wedding ring. And since I’m now officially divorced, I want to give it out to someone who is getting married.

“So, if you are getting married anytime soon, because it’s actually diamond and it’s actually really cute. So, if you are getting married anytime soon and you need a nice ring, I mean, hit me up, just send a DM and send a picture of your wedding invitation card and I will send this over to you.”

DAILY POST recalls that a few months ago, Korth accused Sina Rambo of domestic violence and being a deadbeat father to their daughter.


She declared that she was done with the marriage while alleging that the singer owed her thousands of dollars.

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