Mercy Aigbe marks one year of ‘leaving’ her marriage due to domestic violence

Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe called out her estranged husband, Lanre Gentry In April last year for brutalizing her.

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She even shared photo from her hospital bed.

Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe called out her estranged husband, Lanre Gentry In April last year for brutalizing her.

Although, the cause of the crisis is not known, sources revealed that there were allegations of adultery leveled on both Mercy and her husband.

The couple had a serious social media fight and even ended up unfollowing each other on the platforms.

One year after, she has now taken to Instagram to mark her ‘freedom’

She wrote;

A year!
Thank you Jehovah for grace, for the spirit of forgiveness, for total healing,for strength and above all for Life!……..You are worthy to be praised 🙏🏻🙏🏻

In a related news, Mercy Aigbe is undoubtedly one of the industry’s coolest mama bear – she gains this tag as she continues to serve photo goals with her children on the gram.

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The lovely mama of two is currently on vacation with her children in the United Kingdom and she’s taken to her Instagram page to share photos from their vacation.

They look like they’re having a whale of a time.

Days ago, the actress revealed what she went through raising her daughter, Michelle as a single mom – she said she once had to sell her jewelry just so she could pay for her daughter’s school fees.

She said,

“Special shout out to all the single mums…I can relate, hmm I remember when I had to go sell my gold jewellery at Yaba just to pay Michelle ‘s school fees and for us to feed. I went through ‘HELL’”

Being a single mom, she advises all mothers to stay focused and be prayerful:

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“Please stay focused, be determined, be hardworking and prayerful, put all your trust in the Lord because “we are more than conquerors through Christ Jesus” and trust me you will rise above those challenges. To all mothers, mothers to be , may the Lord continue to strengthen us and may we eat the fruit of our labour IJN. Responsible daddies you ain’t left out. Thank you all once again.”

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  1. May 14, 2018

    […] issue of domestic violence in most Nigerian homes have been on the rise for sometime now and while a man will raise his hands […]

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