A lot of people have reacted as a woman was confirmed dead in a car crash in Calabar while chasing her husband and his side chick.
The Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps in Cross River, Maikaino Hassan confirmed this on Sunday, stating that the incident was caused by over speeding with Toyota Highlander that occurred on the Murtala Mohammed Highway in the state also killed a lone female driver who veered off the road into a ditch by the road.
When confirming the incident, the commander said ”Though the woman was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, she was said to have died a few minutes later due to the injury sustained from the incident.”
The woman was chasing the husband and a woman alleged to be the husband’s “side chick”, when she lost control and killed herself.
According to an anonymous source, the woman saw her husband leaving SPAR, a shopping Mall, in a female’s company and she tried blocking her leading to the accident.
“Her husband was said to have maneuvered his vehicle out of the attempted blockade then took the Murtala Muhammed highway, with his wife in serious pursuit.
“In a bid to outrun her husband, she lost control of the speeding vehicle, veered off the road and slammed the vehicle, head long, into a tree, damaging the vehicle beyond repairs and also killing herself,” she said.
Following the incident, a lot of people have taken to social media to share their opinions.
According to a Facebook user, Saint Kris’s said “Leave your husband alone, no one can satisfy your husband. A man’s penis was never meant for one woman. You did not pay the groom price. He paid the bride price to acquire you”
Another user, Wandoo Helen Wandoo said “Look at him he’s not even a boy, a grown man for that matter. Her family should drag him in every way possible..you won’t do my sister this and have peace, because I will make sure peace is far from you”.
In his own reaction, Seth Akintoye said “One of the things marriage counselors hardly teach is emotional intelligence! I think they should begin to teach it. It’s key to a successful marriage. Learn how to control your emotions”
However, Hephzibah Erhabor noted that there are many ways to handle such an issue than that, stating that no one is worth dying for.
A Facebook user, Omoobabinrin Aderinsola said “Such a tragedy, I still struggle with women who make it their responsibility to stop their husbands from cheating. He’s an adult responsible for his choices. Make choices that will work for you. You can never really control another person’s choices. Sisters, please get peace of mind and stay alive to raise your children.
While expressing her opinion on WhatsApp about the incident, Olawale Zulkha, a student of Lagos state university, asserted “The woman might be at fault but these are things that deal with one’s mental health. You don’t know the real effect until you experience such. The prayer is, maybe not marry a spouse that will turn us into a semi mad person.
I think if people deem their marriage as more of a religious duty, there will be less problems even if one’s spouse misbehaves” she noted.