Man Narrates Breaking Up With Wife For Denying Her To Go To Qatar
Photo: Radio Jambo Host Gidi
On the show, Nicholas Narrated how Zara had planned to go to Qatar before informing him how she had arranged to take care of their 2 kids.
His attempts to reach her on her phone have been futile, something that made him to contact Radio Jambo for further assistance.
However the attempt to reunite them failed after Zara switched off her phone after learning that she was speaking live with Gidi from Radio Jambo.
Nicholas had visited the immigration offices and blocked her from travelling to Qatar accusing her wife of trying to neglect her own children.
Zara always switch of her phone whenever Nicholas calls her.
The patanisho failed and It was therefore left for Radio Jambo Fans to advice him on the next step to do to save their marriage considering the fact that his wife is still single.
What can you advice Nicholas? Should he move on with his life?
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