Family disowns daughter seeking special marriage licence

Her family was not pleased [Photo: Courtesy]

A family has disowned a daughter and further indicated that she is not entitled to anything in the family inheritance after she applied for a special marriage licence.

Shalom Shoremi, had made the request at the Federal Marriage Registration in Nigeria to allow her to consummate a same-sex marriage, which was rejected as it is variance with the marriage laws in Nigeria.

And through a public notice advertisement, the family of the said girl said it was disassociating itself from this move adding it had “severed ties with her”.

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Elsewhere… Radio stations lay off staff

Two Christian radio stations on Monday fired a section of their staff members.

Unlike in other places where there is communication over imminent job losses, workers at the stations were caught off-guard on Monday when they got their dismissal letters citing redundancy.

Top presenters, reporters and news editors were shown the door.

In recent times the media has been going through a rough patch financially which has led to mass firings and closure of stations.

"In the letter, they told us that they have been going through financial difficulties since October last year," said a source at the station.

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The stations are owned by the AIC Church. Christian radio stations on Monday fired a section of their staff members.

Unlike in other places where there is communication over imminent job losses, workers at the stations were caught off-guard on Monday when they got their dismissal letters citing redundancy.

Top presenters, reporters and news editors were shown the door.

In recent times the media has been going through a rough patch financially which has led to mass firings and closure of stations.

"In the letter, they told us that they have been going through financial difficulties since October last year," said a source at the station.

The stations are owned by the AIC Church.


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