How My Ex-husband Threatened Me With Gun – Popular BusinessWoman 

December 4, 2023

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Sandra Iheuwa, popular businesswoman and fourth baby mama to music executive Ubi Franklin, has recounted how her estranged husband, Steve Maduka allegedly threatened her with a gun while chasing her out of his house.

Recall that after her split with Ubi Franklin, Sandra married the CEO of Royal Hairs Limited, Steve Maduka, but the marriage was short-lived.

Speaking in the latest episode of The Honest Bunch Podcast co-hosted by actor Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, aka Nedu, Sandra said her marriage to Maduka failed because the business magnate evicted her from his house for not prioritising domestic hygiene.

She said despite adapting and doing house chores with heavy pregnancy, her ex-husband insisted that she should leave, saying she was “pretending.”

Sandra said: “He [my ex-husband] said I was throwing pillows on the floor and I wasn’t cleaning the house. We had a house boy so I don’t understand how a whole CEO and businesswoman has to be cleaning her whole house.

“He also said that I wasn’t cooking for him. We had a chef. He said I needed to be in the kitchen directing the chef and I said we already have a timetable.

“So, one morning, he woke me up and was like, ‘Sandra, leave my house.’ He actually threatened me with a gun. He said he was gonna shoot me. He was shouting and insulting my parents. I was doing everything he wanted me to do. I left my business and I was cooking, doing everything with heavy pregnancy. I will serve him food on the tray because that is what he wanted. He is a traditional man. So, I did all of that. He said, ‘Nah,’ I’m pretending.

“He said that I was pretending that if he just gave me another week, I would go back to the way I was. I told him that I wasn’t pretending that I was doing what it took to take care of my marriage, protect my marriage. But he insisted I leave.”

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