By Itaman Sunday.
Mrs. Florence Oluwatoyin Alashe, the second wife of Mr. Joseph Alashe has cried out at last. ‘ She has this to say. Anyone calling me a gold digger is not fair to me. I am a gold-getter and workaholic. I never got married to Mr. Joseph Alashe because of his wealth, I am a graduate from Ado-Ekiti University.
No amount of intimidation and harrasment can ever make me to change and denied my husband as the father of my daughter, Sarah Oluwatoyin Alashe’.
She said the abduction of her husband by his children is a conspiracy against her. According to her, her husband children have been tracing her everywhere, “may be they wanted to retrieve the
‘billion naira’ money their father gave to me, she said. I have received threatened messages, intimidation and warning to leave my husband, Mr.Joseph Alashe.
The pride of every woman is to get married to their choice of man and that is what I did. I am highly disappointed about some Nigerian police whose selfishness override their sense of judgement.
A case that was treated by senior police officer, DPO of Idimu police station, Lagos has become a major issue at Alagbon Ikoyi (FCIIB) as a criminal case, when you have not seen the person in question. Husband and wife got married, a certificate was issued to them at the Ikotun marriage registry. Lekan Alashe went to the registry to asked the Chief Registra, why should they give a marriage certificate to them because his own mother was married to the same man.
City EXPRESS NEWS gathered that the Ikotun marriage registry was alleged to have been mobilized and compensated to seize the marriage certificate earlier issued to the couple.
There is no law in Nigeria constitution that a man cannot marry more than one wife. Mr Lekan Alashe was invited by Aboru police post, why did he refused their invitation?.
Mrs. Florence Oluwatoyin Alashe told CITY EXPRESS NEWS in Lagos why she abandoned her house at Abaranje, Ikotun Lagos to church for safety. She said in the course of her searching for transport money to report to Alagbon, Ikoyi FCIIB Human Trafficking Unit, she was hit by an Okada rider Mallam.
According to her she had not eaten nor drink any water that day, and was unconscious for close to one hour before good Samaritans took her to a nearby chemist. She said when she fully recovered, I had to tell them to take me to my church, Celestial church, my pesent home.