Ex-beauty queen, Precious Chikwendu, recounts being a victim of abuse

Nigerian actor, model, and winner of the 2014 Miss United Nations (World) pageant has shared her experience on the receiving end of abuse. 

She took to her verified Instagram account on April 14, 2022 to recount bits of her experience. 

The model shared a post which shows a slide of photos from the aftermath of physical abuse she experienced. 

In the caption, she reveals speaking up about domestic abuse is easier said than done, because there is a stigma against people who do. 

Her post reads “I’ve been silently reading so much of the blames people are heaping on Osinachi for not speaking up. 

Sweethearts you can’t understand the weight on a victim of domestic violence or how we go through so much compactmentalizing how the world would look at us. 

close friends waiting to laugh at us, those who would say we warned you, how our family members would humiliate us of putting them to shame if we do leave.

How we would be irrelevant in places where we were deemed relevant by status of marriage or maintaining a home.

You all forget that a narcissistic partner is one who feels threatened by the abilities or potential of their partner.

And I’ve said this to so many women and men I’ve had a chance to speak with after eating enough of this breakfast

That if he or she is intimidated by your personality , achievements, charisma, Strength or God given talent, sweetheart run for your life.

Envy mixed with a slice of hate is violence prone when it has to do with partners or lovers.

If he or she can’t learn to talk over arguments without turning a red eye on you, screaming at you which gradually graduates to punches

the absolute need to intimidate or silence you on every unintended provocation, adrenaline rush when they exert authority or control , RUN.”

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