Nigerian lady apologises to ex-boyfriend for falsely accusing him of domestic violence and ruining his reputation
A Nigerian woman has apologized publicly to her ex-boyfriend on the microblogging platform Twitter, weeks after accusing him of domestic violence.
A woman who goes by the handle @Adura on Twitter recently came to social media to accuse her now-ex-boyfriend, @Dondekojo, of assaulting her.
She claimed he assaulted her during a fight after she confronted him on Twitter for allegedly cheating on her with another woman. Adura claimed he tore her clothes and she retaliated by picking up a knife in self-defense.
At the time, the man asserted his innocence, claiming that he had installed a CCTV camera in his room and that the film proved the claims against him were untrue.
On the other hand, Adura apologized to him and the lady she had previously called out in a tweet on Thursday, March 30.
She admitted to falsely blaming her ex in recent tweets and pleaded for his forgiveness for tarnishing his name.
“Dear @Dondekojo, I want to apologize for falsely accusing you of domestic violence. You did not hit me and I was never harmed. I apologize for attacking you. I want to apologize for all the inconvenience these allegations caused you, including the damage to your reputation. I hope you will accept my deepest apologies. I would also like to apologize to Funke Onafuye for wrongly accusing her of stealing a dress. I have since deleted all my tweets and regret the distress and inconvenience that my actions caused you. Thank you. ” She tweeted.
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