- 19-year-old lady claims her 25-year-old boyfriend is cheating on her, says she needs advice on how to make him stop
- Nigerian lady allegedly threatens soon-to-be-married man who left her for another woman (photos)
- Beautiful Nigerian lady reveals secrets on why married men approach young ladies (photo)
- Woman calls out husband’s mistress on Facebook, warns her sternly
A scorned woman who lives outside Nigeria, decided to openly shame a young lady who she claims is involved in an amorous relationship with her husband.
NAIJ.com came across a controversial post made on Facebook concerning a young lady and her boss who declared her wanted after she called him out on social media
NAIJ.com came across an interesting post shared by a lady who is of the opinion that ladies are the most 'savage' when it comes to cheating in relationships.
A young woman took to Facebook to advice single ladies and married women alike, not to think of leaving their spouse just because he cheated on them.
NAIJ.com came across a video of a woman who desperately tried to stop her cheating husband from moving around with his mistress, by jumping onto his car.
In retaliation, a woman, Chioma Stephanie Peters, has destroyed her husband’s car and broke his shield after he beat her and she bled through her eyes.
After the controversy surrounding their wedding, (his wife was accused of snatching him from her best friend), Junaidu Abubakar has showered praises on her.
It all started with a simple chat on Whatsapp with the lady only identified as Esther trying to hit on him.
A Nigerian lady has reached out to relationship expert, Joro Olumofin, to help her post her story on his page for advice after a married man got her pregnant.
The woman who shared her story on Instagram, @break_or_makeup, claimed her husband spent the money she gave him to pay school fees on his girlfriend's iPhone 7.
A 43-year-old married woman has been caught sleeping with a hunter in a bush, in Asaba Delta state. They were both caught after the hunter's wife went to out.
An upcoming Ghanaian actress identified as Moesha Boudong, said she has no problem with a man cheating on her, as long as the man knows not to disrespect her.
A confession of a Kenyan man is likely to leave other men asking themselves the rhetorical question. What do women want.The fellow is about to step out of his m