In the meantime, Ghanaian Actress, Juliet Ibrahim has joined several others to speak up against domestic violence.
The actress and mother whose 4-years old marriage ended in 2014 also slammed celebrities who mock their fellow celebs when they are abused in their marriage.
She said women’s value has been taken for granted due to domestic violence and egoism there by advsing that domestic violence should never be joke about.
Meanwhile, Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe-Gentry has finally spoken out on the domestic violence issue between her and her husband, Lanre.
Aigbe, who has remained silent since the issue came out, made a public statement on Friday morning saying her husband has really been abusing her while also trying to cover up with all sorts of lies.
She accused her husband of lying saying she had never been adulterous or mentally unstable.