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Nigerian lady tells how she was deceived Into Marriage, Used And Dumped

A Nigerian woman who was tricked into marriage, used and dumped has narrated her eye-opening story to SDK and you might learn a thing or two from it, enjoy!

I met him 8 years ago when I was posted to his office for my Industrial
Attachment. He was a nice boss and gradually we became friendly. He came
across to me as a man who was not happy and was struggling with issues.
With time, he confided in me that he had marital issues and his wife
was leaving him because they had been married for about 10 years without
children, the doctors had certified them okay but she was tired of
waiting and believed their destinies were not intertwined and they
should try other people as they were both not getting any younger.

I
felt really sad for him and tried to cheer him up the best I could till
my Industrial attachment came to an end and I left. About a year after
our paths crossed again, he told me he was single and asked me for a
relationship which I obliged. Everything was fast, he came with his
family to meet my parents and ask for my hand in marriage, we got
married and the kids came in quick succession, his job took him away a
lot of times, sometimes for weeks or even a month , he isn’t around.

Then
he changed, he will complain about an irrelevant thing, if I try to
explain, he will get angry, call me a nag and leave the house,stay
incommunicado for weeks on end. Ha, I became an emotional wreck.

Sometime
last year, I ran into an old colleague from his office and she gave me
the shocker of my life, my husband was still married to his wife, they
never separated, like me, she has 2 kids now, same age with mine just
four months difference, each time I got pregnant, she got pregnant too,
while I have 2 girls, she has a boy and a girl.

I confronted my
husband, he insulted me and told me to stop snooping on his wife and
kids that if anything happens to them, he will kill me. While she lives
in the highest brow area of Lagos with kids in a school that the school
fees can buy a good car, I live in the dungeons of Agege with my kids in
a school that combined the fees is not up to 100k. They travel round
the world at will, we have never even gone to Cotonou.

The other
time the wife was ill, they both called to threaten me that if she
doesn’t get better, I will be done for. If her kids fall down, it’s me,
if they have fever, it’s me.

My husband doesn’t come home again but sends our upkeep peanuts regularly

Stella,
I have become their common enemy. I am sad, I am pained, I know I
didn’t snatch anybody’s husband, I was simply deceived, used and dumped.
I have a strong feeling he did it all in collaboration with his wife. I
don’t deserve this at all. The man is 50, wife in her 40s while I’m
just 30. Wicked people. My God will judge them.

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Iyabo Ojo wants you to imbibe these principles in 2015

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Yoruba movie star and single mum of two, Iyabo Ojo has just shared some tips for having a successful 2015 below:
1. Thank those who hated you, because without them you wouldn't know what true love is

2.
Thank those who were exceptionally jealous of you; they made you know
that you had something valuable someone else secretly wish they had

3.
Thank all the negative people who were kind enough to walk out of your
life; if they hadn't left, the positive ones wouldn't have had any space
to occupy in your life

4.
Thank those friends who turned their backs at you when you needed them
the most; without them, you wouldn't know what true friendship is all
about

5. Thank those who cared enough to annoy you, for without them you wouldn't learn self-control

6. Thank those who...

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KFB Movie: Should you or not see ‘When love Happens’

see ‘When love Happens'

 

When Love Happens is a 2014 movie produced and directed by Seyi Babatope.

What happens when Love makes an unexpected arrival? When love happens is
a high art and glossy romantic comedy about the lives of 3 twenty
something professionals in a modern technology connected Lagos and the
hilarious and often bizarre adventure in finding romance.

Well, movie critic Wilfred Okiche says the movie is just there, nothing exciting about the movie.

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So everyone is talking about this photo of a mum and her son…

A 26-year-old Chinese mother, Xue Hsueh,
thought it would be a great idea to carry her nine-month-old son in her
designer bag, and take a picture.

But shortly after she posted it online,  Hsueh, received widespread criticism from most people online who saw the image.
However, she has defended her actions,
claiming that the baby was only in the handbag for a short period of
time. She also said she did as a joke as she was talking to her friends
about what would happen if the responsibility of childcare was left in
men’s hands.
Hsueh also stated that her son was enjoying himself and having fun, and that she only posted the picture to make people smile.
What say you? Do you think it's cool or not?

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