Chacha Eke's husband, Austin Faani, reacts to an incident of abuse against wife

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Austin Faani has asserted that he is not violent and has never struck a woman in his life.

This has happened after his wife Chacha Eke's announcement that she is leaving their marriage alive rather than dead.

The actress claimed she had divorced her husband because she didn't want to "die" or "go mysteriously missing."

Her words, "Many have died pretending all is well whilst wishing, hoping and praying for a better tomorrow."

"I don't want to "die" or go inexplicably "missing".

Her message implied that her life was in jeopardy.

Mr Faani responded to this by posting on his Instagram profile; I am not a violent person.

"Personally, I detest violence in any form," he wrote.

"I have never raised my hand on any woman in my life, including my wife.

Everyone close to this case knows the absolute truth, and it is not in my place to divulge it; the one person who started the talk will, in due time, continue to talk."

"Let Light lead," he concluded.

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