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Dream Catchers Academy Founder Accuses Husband Of Attempted Murder

Seyi Oluyole

The founder of Dream Catchers Academy, Seyi Oluyole, shared in a series of tweets her struggle with her mental health as a result of a traumatising experience.


On October 26, Oluyole revealed being ‘at a low point’ in her life. However, that same day, she opened up on how her husband allegedly almost murdered her.

My husband tried to kill me on 8th of July 2019. Locked me up for the day and seized my phones. I am just starting to process this detail. And I am having serious anxiety.

She told Guardian Life that she is still going through a “difficult time” and that she tweeted about her experience because she “needed an outlet”.

I put out that tweet because I needed an outlet and I also needed to speak with survivors who would understand my plight. Not because I want to be tried in the office of the public opinion or seek pity.
It’s been a difficult time for me. It still is. I am not able to speak on the situation at the moment because I am not mentally ready.

The choreographer expressed her desire to join a support group instead of seeing a therapist because the event keeps unraveling and keeps dragging her into a dark place.

She further advised ladies to be careful because her estranged husband is likely sending messages to unsuspecting ladies, ready to prey on them.


Despite moving out of her matrimonial home and in safety, she further revealed she is ‘going through a lot and will not entertain any negative energy’.

Please I’m going through a lot. Please don’t call me to say ‘you shouldn’t have posted on social media’ Please don’t call me to say ‘there are two sides to a story’ When I’m ready to say the full story, I will say it. Please don’t make these any harder than it already is.

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