Sunday, 1 April 2012

Save Me From My Irish-Nigerian Husband Of Six Months YINKA DIXON-OLUDAIYE

■ Since 2003 I have been living in fear in Ireland. I have been hounded by the Irish/Nigerian man I married. It became obvious that he has an extreme split personality disorder, I decided for safety of myself and my son, that it was best I leave the marriage and stay alone. He was enraged, and has apparently, refused to let go since 2003.

■ He has threatened to SLICE MY THROAT; I have been hiding, keeping quiet, off limits.

■ He has created email accounts in my name & date of birth, and profiles of me all over FACEBOOK, and in other networks! 

■ He has attacked my femininity, my Christianity, my life, my name, my integrity, calls me prostitute, he has attacked my career,

■ NOW, he is attacking my business. I have tried lots of businesses. As soon as I start, I start getting nasty inbox messages and insinuations which make me stop. 

■ He knows every single address I move to. So bad so that I can't use my real address in public forms, like drivers license, which itself could be criminal here in Ireland. 


■ YINKA spoke with the POLICE for almost 2hours today (3/30/12), and would be contacted by another team of investigators! 

■ Meanwhile, friends/family of YINKA could log in to the Garda (Irish National Police Service) and make a formal complaint on her behalf:

■ The last report on Prevalence of Domestic Violence in Ireland by THE WOMEN'S AID indicate that in 2010, there were 13,575 reported incidents of domestic, reflecting 8,351 incidents of emotional abuse, 3,031 incidents of physical abuse, and 1,605 incidents of financial abuse. In the same year, 588 incidents of sexual abuse were disclosed to Helpline support workers including 213 rapes. 
Please log in a complaint on or call the toll free: 1800 341 900.
 — Culled From A Facebook Campaign By Irish Action Against Domestic Violence