By favor of Nnabugwu
Nigerian men in the United States are freaked out by the rampant killing of their wives from the disappointment and humiliation they endure from NIgeria women imported into America.
The men, who often sponsored their wives to nursing schools, for which the women earn hefty salaries after graduation, cause riots between the couples that often end in divorce, resulting in the husbands having their life property and incomes under US law give up.
Vanguard research found that the pain of losing their lives earned money and property over the years, leading men to kill their wives instead of watching them enjoy the luxuries of living.
One of the Nigerian men, David Ochola, who killed his 28-year-old wife, Priscilla Ochola in Hennepin, Minnesota, called 911 after he shot his wife.
He admitted to US police, “Yes, I killed the woman who messed up my life; the woman who destroyed me. I’m in Shalom West. My name is David and I belong entirely to you. “
The 50-year-old Ochola husband is said to have been tired of being “disrespectful” by his wife, a Registered Nurse (RN) whom he brought from Nigeria and sponsored through a nursing school, only to earn much more than he did , a situation which resulted in Ms. Ochola “coming and going as she pleased” without regard for her husband. The couple had two children – a four-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl.
In Texas, Mr. Babajide Okeowo had been separated from his wife, Funke Okeowo, with whom he lived in their Dallas home. Upon divorce, the husband lost the house, along with most of its contents, to his wife, as is usually the case in US divorces where the couple still have underage children.
Okeowo, 48, divorced his wife because not long after she became a nurse and made more money than him, she took “control” of the family finances and “controlled” her husband’s expenses and movement.
The husband could no longer make a meaningful contribution to his family in Nigeria unless the wife “approves” it. He couldn’t go out without her permission. Frustrated that his once malleable wife had suddenly become so “terror” to him that he went to court and got practically everything he’d worked for since arriving in the United States thirty years ago, the husband got into his vehicle and drove off a few hundred miles to Dallas to settle the bills.
He found her in her SUV in full Nigerian clothing on the way to the birthday party organized in her honor. That day she was 46 years old. Mr. Okeowo fired several shots in the upper body of his wife while she was behind the wheel and killed her mercilessly in broad daylight.
Even in Dallas (in Dallas you will need anger management courses), Moses Egharevba, 45, did not even bother to get a gun. Grace Egharevba’s husband, 35, beat her to death with a sledgehammer while her seven-year-old daughter watched and cried for peace.
Ms. Egharevba’s “sin” was that she became a nurse and began to earn more money than her husband. This led to her “financial release” from a supposedly narrow-minded husband who not only brought her with him from Nigeria, but also financed her training as a nurse.
Like Moses Egharevba, Christopher Ndubuisi of Garland, Texas (those Texas people!) Didn’t bother to get a gun. He crept into the bedroom where his wife Christiana was sleeping and smashed her head with several blows with the sledgehammer.
Two years before Christiana’s murder, her mother, who was visiting from Nigeria, was found dead in the bathtub under suspicious circumstances.
Of course, Christiana was a nurse whose income dwarfed that of her husband once she graduated from nursing school. The husband believed that his role as husband and head of household had been usurped by his wife.
Mr Ndubuisi’s multiple requests to his wife’s family to intervene and bring Christiana back under his control had all failed.
If the circumstances of Christiana’s mother’s death were suspect, those of a Tennessee woman’s mother were not. Agnes Nwodo, an RN, lived in misery before her husband Godfrey Nwodo saved her and brought her to the United States. He immediately enrolled her in nursing school. After qualifying as an RN, Ms. Nwodo took “full control” of the household. Her mother brought her to them against her husband’s wishes. Ms. Nwodo quickly became familiar with and took full advantage of US family law.
Every time the couple quarreled, the police forced the husband to leave the house whether he had a place to sleep or not. On many occasions, Mr. Nwodo spent days in police cells. After divorcing his wife, Mr. Nwodo lost to his wife the house he owned for almost 20 years before marrying her.
He also lost custody of her three children, with the court only granting him regular visitation rights. Even seeing the children during the visit was always a hassle, as the woman “arrived too late at the neutral meeting point and left early with impunity”.
Mr. Nwodo endured so many embarrassing moments from his wife and their mother that he couldn’t take it anymore. One day he bought a shotgun and killed both his wife and her mother.
Caleb Onwudike’s wife, Chinyere Onwudike, 36, became a nurse and no longer saw the need to be controlled by her husband. Mr. Onwudike, 41, worked two jobs sending his wife to their dream school after she brought her to the United States from Nigeria. After four years she qualified as an RN. When she started making more money than her husband, she began to “be in charge” at home. She “overruled” her husband about the size and cost of the house they bought in Burtonsville, Maryland. She began building a house in her hometown of Umuahia in the Nigerian state of Abia exclusively in her name, without her husband doing so.
Ms. Onwudike came and went “as she wanted”, inside and outside the United States. In fact, she once went to Nigeria for three weeks “without her husband’s permission” to generously bury her father, even though her husband protested that they had better things to do with the money.
Ms. Onwudike let her husband know that this was mainly her money and that she would spend it as she wanted. Through her hard work, she had risen to a senior position in the medical center where she worked.
When she returned from her father’s funeral, her husband got one of her kitchen knives and carved it like a Thanksgiving turkey in her house on New Years Day.
Death is death no matter how it comes. But the bloodiest of these insane murders is probably the one that happened here in Los Angeles, California.
Joseph Mbu, 50, was tired of his RN wife treating him “serially disrespectful”.
The disrespect started as soon as she became an RN. Gloria Mbu, 40, once told her husband to “smoke crack cocaine” if he thought he could tell her what to do with her money now that she is making more money than him.
Before she became a nurse, Mr. Mbu was very strict with the family’s finances and was borderline dictatorial with Mrs. Mbu. However, Ms. Mbu got to know the American system and no longer allowed a man to “humiliate” her. When Joseph Mbu couldn’t take it any longer, he overpowered his wife one day, tied her to his vehicle and dragged her down paved streets around Los Angeles until her head splintered into pieces.