By Gladys Ekwu
Mrs. Stella Okey who left her husband and her one year old daughter four years ago has returned to her matrimonial home while pleading for forgiveness.
An eye witness told Emerald News that Mrs. Okey from Urhobo part of Delta state married Mr. Anthony Okey from Anioma part of the state in 2015.
Emerald News gathered that Mrs. Okey after giving birth to her first child, started having canal relationship with men outside, including her husband’s best friend irrespective of the fact that her husband so much loved her and takes very good care of her and their baby.
Our source said that her husband who bought a Belgium car for her also opened a mini super market for Mrs. Okey in Warri where they reside.
Emerald News learnt that Mrs. Okey despite all that the husband was doing for her which ignited envy from their neighbours was not satisfied.
Our source said that few days after one year birthday celebration of their daughter, she ran out of the house with her husband’s best friend.
Neighbours around said her husband returned from work one day and met her small daughter crying alone in the house, he searched his house and did not see his wife.
Our source said that when her husband called her, she told her husband outright that she is tired of marrying him.
Emerald News gathered that Mrs. Okey has several times disturbed her husband to send her to America or Canada as her cousins live there with their husbands but her husband promised to get visa for her if that would make her happy.
Mrs. Okey, rather than wait for her husband, liquidated her shop and eloped with his husband’s best friend.
An eye witness said that Mr. Okey cried bitterly and accepted his fate to stay with his daughter alone.
Our source said that Mr. Okey one day sat in her apartment with his daughter when his run away wife came back and started begging him to accept her back.
Mrs. Okey told her husband that his friend she ran away with died in a motor accident.
Our source said that Mrs. Okey knelt down and asked her husband for forgiveness, telling him that since she ran out of the house that she has not seen any man as caring as he is.
Our source said her husband immediately accepted her while expressing thanksgiving to God for the return of his wife.
Mrs. Utebor was said she had struggled for four years outside her matrimonial home to travel abroad but all her efforts were futile.
Our correspondent learnt that Mrs. Okey borrowed over five million naira to join her cousins abroad but instead has received several disappointments.
Our source said that Mr. Okey immediately took his wife to his church for prayers.