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Sad as Man Sells His Properties to Sponsor Wife’s Education in the UK, Only for Her to Dump Him at the Airport Upon Completing Studies

by Paul Nyongesa
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In a recent heartbreaking incident that has sent shockwaves across social media, a Nigerian man’s dream of reuniting with his wife in the United Kingdom turned into a nightmare.

The man, who had arrived in the UK with his children as dependents, found himself abandoned at the airport by his wife, leaving him in a state of despair.

According to reports, the man had sacrificed everything he had in Nigeria, selling off his possessions to join his wife abroad.

His wife, who had been sponsored for her studies, welcomed him and their children at the airport.

However, what seemed like a joyous reunion took a devastating turn when the wife asked to see their children’s passports.

Trusting her, the man handed over the passports, only to be informed moments later that their marriage was over.

The woman’s heartless act left the man stranded at the airport, thousands of miles away from home, with no support and nowhere to go.

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The incident has sparked outrage and sympathy from people online, with many condemning the wife’s actions and expressing concern for the man’s well-being.

@oghezeagu said: “Last last the guy will be fine whether there in the UK or back home in Nigeria. “But time will come when she will regret her actions.”

@Bady4christ said: “Her silly excuse now could be because he cheated on her 12 years ago Women are lovingly heartless simultaneously.”

@slik_e said: “Before we hear the man’s side of the story, can we observe a 12 hours silence as we fear women!!! “Yes we will be drinking during the 12 hours of fear-the-women-silence-a-thon!!!”

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