A Nigerian man, Victor Asemota has revealed how the marriage of someone close to him crashed after he audaciously lodged his side chic in the same resort he and his wife were staying for their honeymoon.
He said the woman found out what her husband did and agreed to the idea of having a co-wife but the marriage did not last.
According to Asemota, the failure of his ‘egbon’s’ marriage due to his infidelity made him turn into a polygamist instead of having mistresses in secret.
He wrote; “Just randomly remembered that one of our egbons paid for his side chic to also be a lodger at the resort where he had his honeymoon. Same time.
Wife discovered and accepted her fate as a co-wife. Nigerian men and their audacity when it comes to infidelity is 🤯. Marriage failed.
He decided to become a full polygamist eventually. He is not hiding it anymore. Honestly, I believe that is better for everyone. He is not a Christian and doesn’t believe in any religion. He is now living life on his own terms instead of what his parents wanted for him.
I think that a lot of African men prefer polygamy secretly but can’t afford it or are afraid of what people may say. Personally, I don’t like it as I don’t see any upside. However, there are many successful polygamists.
I met a wealthy Muslim family in Ikeja during NYSC. I think that a lot of African men prefer polygamy secretly but can’t afford it or are afraid of what people may say. Personally, I don’t like it as I don’t see any upside. However, there are many successful polygamists. I met a wealthy Muslim family in Ikeja during NYSC.
I didn’t realize Alhaja Ola-Ayinde who was always feeding us when we visited was not my friend’s biological mother. They were quite close and she took us as her kids too. To outsiders you couldn’t tell whose kid was hers or not. They were a big happy family.
If that is the life you want, there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. Just make people know on time and don’t sneak around. It is unfair.
Don’t settle for what you don’t like. Probably why a lot of young people I know are getting divorced. Things have changed now. It is a different world.”