- A distraught woman has found out that she has been living with her husband and his other lover, who had been introduced to her as his cousin
- According to the lady, the supposed cousin was living abroad with her child when her husband built a house with two apartments and she came down to live with them
- But now it is clear that the man and the 'cousin' are deeply in love and her eight-year-old child she came with is actually the man's child
A lady who has been married to her husband for eight years has discovered that the man's supposed cousin, who lives with them in the same house, is actually his lover.
Narrating the story in a letter to Tima Kumkum of Hitz FM, the lady, who withheld her name, indicated that the truth was revealed to her by the man's best friend, who couldn't stand the lies any longer.
When the lady and her man got married, his 'cousin', who had a child, was overseas. Later, the man built a house with two apartments and allowed the 'cousin' to come and live in one with her child. They all lived in harmony.
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However, after what was revealed by the man's best friend, the lady went undercover to read the chats between her husband and his supposed cousin, only to discover that they were madly in love.
She also found out that the child belonging to the fake cousin was her husband's child as he impregnated her before she travelled abroad and gave birth.
To make matters even more complicated, the lady who returned from abroad is pregnant again and it is expected that it's his child too.
In a separate story, popular social media personality, Abena Moet, has caused a stir with her impression of marriage after been married for barely three weeks.
In the hilarious footage making rounds on social media, Abena Moet indicated that from what she has seen, when you get married as a lady, your husband only wants to send you all over the place.
She was seen in the video looking over her shoulder to make sure that her fresh husband was not eavesdropping on her recording.
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