Nigerian Man In UK Beats Pregnant Wife To Death After She Filed For Divorce

A Nigerian man in the United Kingdom has allegedly beaten his pregnant wife to death after she filed for divorce.

A lawyer who was handling the divorce for the woman revealed the shocking news in a post on social media.

According to him, the woman, simply identified as Hope, hired his services to help her file a divorce application at the Ikorodu High Court in Lagos.

The lawyer, Bolanle Cole said the victim’s father had contacted him that his daughter wants to divorce her husband, and when she did, he filed the petition in court.

However, the two families and a pastor in the UK all got involved to amicably settle the issue and convinced the woman to stay in her marriage.

After she discontinued the divorce action, her angry husband allegedly struck her, at a time she was five months pregnant.

She reportedly died from the attack and her father is now seeking justice in the UK.

Read the lawyer, Bolanle Cole’s narration below…


Sometimes last year, her father called me that her daughter in UK will call me to institute a case for dissolution of her marriage. She eventually called me and I did the needful and the petition was filed at High Court Ikorodu.

A week after I filled the Petition, her husband, herself and other family members requested to have meeting with me so, we scheduled a zoom meeting. Some pastors from UK joined the meeting and it was resolved that peace will be brokered.

Thereafter, she sent me a mail to discontinue the case…. though I never appeared in court until the matter was struck out…. Just yesterday, I was told that her husband hit her at her tommy with five months pregnancy which led to her death. Her father called me yesternight to send those documents I filed in court as he wants to send it to some investigating authorities in UK.

Do I believe that the husband hit her… weh, the pictures I have on my phone during my conversations with them give credence to their history of domestic violence. RIP HOPE”


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