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    My Wife Left Me In Disarray, What Should I Do?

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    I formally dated Hassana, my wife, for four years prior to our marriage, although knowing her for many years. We met in Jos, during our NYSC duty in 2015.

    We married earlier this year, and in the month of May, we returned to Lagos to begin our lives as a young couple. Now the problem is that before we married, her uncle secured a job for her at an Airforce installation in Jos as a civilian staff member with a salary of N40,000, despite the fact that she was born and raised in Jos. Because I live in Lagos, I was adamantly opposed to this work.

    She reported for work in Jos the following month, hoping to be transferred to the Lagos base, as soon as we moved to Lagos after our marriage in May. Based on that, the transfer didn’t work out. she decided to stay at her friend’s house. I am staying alone all through this period.

    Mind you, I also work for a private firm with a monthly income of N90,000. My wife has left me in a state of chaos. I observe that their school is less active because she stays inside all day, but she refuses to listen to my pleas to return to Lagos.

    Her sister appears to be rooting for her. I believe all of this chaos in my life is due to the fact that I am not financially secure enough.

    Her family promised me that she would be transferred following her marriage, but nothing has happened thus far. My wife is in Jos, while I am in Lagos. It’s becoming unbearable, and I’m going places I shouldn’t be. Do you have any suggestions on what I should do? My heart is now burdened.

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      Fredo
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      Living separately as a newly wedded couple is not good. As head of the family, he must take your stand firmly in this situation.

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      Ray
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      That is one of the reasons you don’t allow your in-law to have more say in your marriage. Go to Jos, and bring your wife back to Lagos. If you don’t do that, who will do it for you?

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