Telemundo, Zeeworld Tear Marriage Apart

Thousands of women are addicts of this telenovella love
series. They stay glued to their TVs lapping up the unfolding love dramas. But
the husbands pay dearly for this addiction. 
At least Mr. Chibuzor Eze has come
out to lament his woes with the TV sitcom.
 A Pediatrician
based in Abuja, Mr Chibuzor Eze has threatened to divorce his wife of so many
years if she does not put a stop to watching the series.
He said, “I will divorce my wife if she doesn’t
stop with this Zeeworld and Telemundo obsession,” Eze told the News Agency of
Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Abuja.

Eze, who works with one of the government hospitals in Abuja, said he had
informed his wife, Dorothy a week ago that her obsession to the popular soaps
was interfering with her marital life.

“I told her last week that I was fed up with how her obsession with these
channels was making her to neglect her duty as a wife and mother.

“Yet she keeps watching these shows when she’s supposed to be partaking in
more important things like taking care of the children and cooking reasonable
food for us,” Eze said.

The pediatrician said he had to buy
food from restaurants four times last week, as his wife had either forgotten to
prepare food for the family or burnt the food she was preparing because she was
watching Zeeworld and Telemundo.

“Tell me, is this not enough to sue for divorce?
“As a doctor, I have a very hectic job and should come home to a tasty hot

“I have purchased foods from restaurants four times in the last week,
because I came home to an empty pot or burnt food and this is unacceptable.’ ’
he said.

According to him, this was after he had complained to her about the effect
Zee world and Telemundo on their marriage and the children.

“On Tuesday, she forgot to pick our 10-year-old daughter from school
because she was watching her shows.

“If these careless acts continue, I will be forced to leave her, because I
won’t appreciate coming home to a burnt down house one day.’’

Wives beware, your home is too important than watching fictions on television.
Source: NAN