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REVEALED: How New Ondo Governor, Lucky Aiyedatiwa Beat His Wife In Presence Of His Staff, Friends



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Residents of Ondo state are eagerly waiting to see if Oluwaseun, wife of Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa, would resume office as First Lady of the Sunshine state.

Oluwaseun has not been in the state in the past seven months. She has been in London.

In June this year, the Society for Women Empowerment (SWE) issued a seven-day ultimatum to Aiyedatiwa to tender public apology to his wife for beating her in the presence of his staff.

The group threatened to carry out a massive protest if Aiyedatiwa failed to apologies

National Coordinator, Mrs Damilola Charles, in a statement, had alleged that Aiyedatiwa, as deputy governor then, repeatedly beat his wife in the presence of his staff and friends.

Aiyedatiwa denied beating his wife and blamed political detractors for spreading the rumours

He described reports of his domestic abuse and assault on his wife as baseless and false.

Aiyedatiwa said intention of the peddlers to cause crisis in the state had been known for weeks.

According to the statement, “Any report of alleged domestic issues within the family should be taken as the handiwork of the enemies of the State who are bent of causing crisis where there is none and we therefore warn those spreading such falsehood to desist or face the consequences.

“It is concerning to see that a faceless group said to be headed by a name not known anywhere in the State could sell such fabrication to media men. It is more concerning, however, that such lie, which was not backed with any evidence whatsoever, could be promoted into a news item by journalists.”

Oluwaseun responded in a cryptic message on her Facebook page over allegation of her fleeing to the United Kingdom due to assault by her husband.

The message posted alongside a video in which she was seen dancing reads, “According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced physical and/or sexual violence at some point in their lives. This staggering statistic highlights the pervasive nature of domestic violence and its impact on women globally. Say NO to domestic violence!”

It was later said her Facebook page was hacked.

Also, Oluwaseun was not seen or heard all through the impeachment saga her husband went through.

No former governor of the Sunshine State has operated without a First Lady and it is not possible Aiyedatiwa will be the first to do so.

Residents of the state are eagerly waiting to see what their new First Lady have to offer or if she will continue with FOWOSO and Be More projects of Betty Anyanwu Akeredolu.

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