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Wedding days are always beautiful and are great days to look forward to, but when it turns to a situation where you need to cancel less than three months to your happiest day, then there is definitely a big reason.
This is the situation beautiful Omolara Busari finds herself in, though she said the actions are not regretted at all.
Omolara explained she had to call off the wedding after being beaten up by her prospective husband, Adelekan Adelufosi.
Trouble started for Omolara when her fiancé warned her to stay off from being friends with a certain woman in her environment which she challenged.
Before she got a hold of what is happening, she met herself at the hospital bed with a red face.
Omolara, a native of Iseyin in Oyo state told reporters at Punch News that this is not the first time she will be beaten up by the love of her life but because she has a two year old daughter with him, she used to endure and hope for better days.
Their wedding is scheduled to hold in August of this year before but has now been cancelled after the latest battering from Adelufosi last Thursday at Iwere-ile in Oyo state.
In a series of confessions, Omolara also explained how she has always been the one supporting the family because Adelufosi only has a primary school leaving certificate which makes it difficult for him to secure a good job.
Omolara who is a petty beverage trader also said she gave the husband #50,000 just last week to start a business of his own until the latest debacle.
When pressed on whether she is ready to take her man back if he apologize and promises to change, She said she can never go back to her and that she has had enough.
“I am happy to move on with my life. I want judgement!
She also explained to reporters at Punch immediately after she was discharged from the hospital on Monday morning, she went to open a case at the Divisional Crime Branch, Iwere-Ile Police Station, Oyo State.
Efforts to get in touch with the Public Relations Officer of the Oyo State Police Command, Mr. Olugbenga Fadeyi, on Tuesday proved abortive.
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