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Victoria Inyama says Chacha Eke's bipolar disorder is as a result of years of abuse in her marriage

Nollywood veteran Victoria Inyama believes her colleague, Chacha Eke's recently diagnosed bipolar disorder is a result of years of abuse in her marriage.

Inyama says she doubts Chacha Eke's claim that she is bipolar.

The movie star made this known via her Instagram page on Thursday, October 8, 2020, while reacting to the video Eke released about her bipolar disorder.

"This is very Typical, Years of Abuse will make you think you are crazy...In our culture, there's almost no reason to leave your marriage except You die‼️...Most families are so Unsupportive," she wrote.

"@chachaekefaani.................... You removed the Crying out video but amazingly, this is still there on your wall??πŸ€” This is an indirect apology for you Crying OutπŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’” Women who are/have experienced domestic violence/abuse are at a higher risk of experiencing a range of Mental Health Conditions, PTSD/Depression/Thought of suicide."

"I don't agree with this bipolar talk, I am not afraid to speak out and there's more to this but all I can beg @chachaekefaani is Remember your children need You....be Alive and sane for them.......No be today Abusers dey call victims mad...Stay strong cause you look mentally & physically exhausted πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’” Sending You love and Light Sis....πŸ’š❤πŸ’œπŸ’™."

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This is very Typical, Years of Abuse will make you think you are crazy....In our culture there's almost No reason to leave your marriage except You die‼️...Most families are so Unsupportive.....@chachaekefaani.................... You removed the Crying out video but amazingly, this is still there on your wall??πŸ€” This is an indirect apology for you Crying OutπŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’” 'Women who are/have experiencing domestic violence/Abuse are at a higher risk of Experiencing a range of Mental Health Conditions, PTSD/DEPRESSION/THOUGHT S OF SUICIDE...... IN SITUATIONS OF DV, VICTIMS CRYING OUT IS OFTEN FOLLOWED BY REMORSE AND APOLOGY ( PSYCHOLOGICALLY KIDNAPPED).....πŸ’”πŸ’” I DON'T AGREE WITH THIS BIPOLAR TALK, I AM NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK OUT AND THERE'S MORE TO THIS BUT ALL I CAN BEG @chachaekefaani is Remember your children need You....be Alive and sane for them.......No be today Abusers dey call victims mad....Stay strong cause you look mentally & physically exhausted πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’” Sending You love and Light Sis....πŸ’š❤πŸ’œπŸ’™

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Inyama's comments are coming barely 24 hours after Eke released a video via Instagram claiming that her husband never assaulted her rather she was suffering from bipolar disorder.

Over the weekend, she released a video online where she surprisingly ended her 7-year-old marriage to Faani.

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