- Married Nigerians have been warned not to cheat on their partners for any reason that could happen
- According to Aliyu Giwa, a former Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), fraud carries a prison sentence
- Specifically, he argued that the offense violated Sections 387 and 388 of the Penal Code violates the country’s code
Aliyu Giwa has warned married Nigerians to remain faithful to their partners no matter what. According to a former Lagos State Police (PPRO) PR officer, failure to comply could result in a two-year prison sentence if caught.
In further tweeted this Saturday, April 2 . July. He insisted that adultery is a criminal offense and carries a penalty of two years in prison.
“Adultery is a crime punishable by two years in prison,” said he.
According to him, the offense violates Sections 387 and 388 of the Criminal Code.
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“Anyone who, as a man/woman subject to a common law that recognizes extramarital sex as a criminal offence, has had sexual intercourse with a person who is not and whom he knows or has reason to believe , that not his wife/husband, such [email protected] criminal sexual intercourse, commits the offense of adultery and is punishable by imprisonment for up to two years or a fine or both.”
There is none Smoke without fire, shall I tell my story? Yul Edochie’s second wife Judy wants to spill the tea
Meanwhile, Yul Edochie’s second wife Judy could soon be sharing her side of her marriage story with Austin, as she hinted in a video.
In the video, Judy expressed shock at how much she is loved by fans, who took it upon themselves to send her messages of love and support as her marriage to Yul and her son ended up revealing.
With that in mind, Judy then asked if she should tell her story because, in her opinion, there is no smoke without fire and it takes two to tango.