He wants to take her back. The willingness to make the marriage work again is strong and adorable. Tega’s husband must have read the account of the Prophet Hosea in the book of Hosea chapter 3 verses one through five (Hos 3:1-5).
Just like Tega, Hosea’s wife, Gomer, broke the marriage bond and went about enjoying her lifestyle having affairs with different men until she became broke and probably abandoned by her lover and started living in debt as a slave.
Well, having a forgiven heart, he bought her back with 15 pieces of silver and took her in. He made her promise not to return to her promiscuous ways, and he, in turn, would continue to love her as always.
The rebuke and tongue lashing given to her by the majority are enough and sufficient before she breaks down, leading to a mental breakdown. A caring and loving husband knows this and should recall the love they once shared as a happy couple. No one is above making mistakes.
A game she played. Now the game is over. Let’s see how she will act in real life if given a second chance.
Is Tega’s apology necessary? Yes. Is it sufficient? No, unless she’s truly repentant.