Working-class lady cries out because her unemployed husband doesn’t want her to buy car

A working class woman has taken to social media to seek advice because her husband does not want her to use her money to buy a car.

The pregnant lady said her man is unemployed and he prohibited her from getting the car, saying that he is supposed to have one before her.

She shared her domestic problems with an influencer via NGL and in the message, she said she told her hubby that he can be using the vehicle but he still rejected the idea.

The woman, who disclosed that she has a high-paying job, wondered if what he did is right especially considering that she is pregnant at the moment.

In her words; “My husband is jobless right now but I have a high paying job and I want to get a car but my husband insist that I can’t get a car before him I even told him that he’ll be the one driving it that he can just can just come and pick me when I’m done at work but he insists. Is it right? I’m pregnant btw.”

View the post:

In another news…

An unemployed man known as Byago Donat has chosen to engage in street begging in a bid to make some money for the raising of his seven kids.

Life took a drastic turn for the single father when his wife upped and abandoned him with all their children, making it difficult for him to work for income.

Donat said his intention was to use the money he raises from begging for alms to take his children to school and also pay house rent.

According to the struggling man he would love to seek employment to cater for the kids, but being the only parent figure in their lives, he has to perform the duty of a mother to the minors, some of whom are still babies.

“I am a father of seven children. I had five before we got the last two who are twins. We spent a month and a half in the hospital and I came home with my wife. We spent another two and a half months together thereafter before she left,” Donat said.

He recounted how he returned from work one day only to meet his wife’s absence and till date seems to know her whereabouts.

“When I called her phone, it was off and I thought her battery had died. I started looking for her and went straight to the bus station hoping to reunite with her but people told me her bus had left,” he added.