Good morning, please conceal my I’d.i don’t base in Nigeria.i came back February, there’s this cousin of mine I love so much,she is married.we normally chat when so I told her I will be coming back to Nigeria to fix one or two things.so I told her to help me get a place to stay for the mean time I will be staying in nigeria.
she the insisted I come stay with them.so I agreed.wen I entered the house I was looking at the walls at least to see pictures of traditional marriage photo or their white wedding photos.i can’t see any,so I relax after spending days I asked her about photos.
she told me the husband have not paid a dime on her.the one that pained me most is that she already has 4kids.so I called her father who is my uncle if he’s aware of everything? he said have seen the guy which is the husband but he has not seen any member of the guys family before.so I asked the mother of my cousin same question.
she said she only saw the two of the sisters.ahhhh and my cousin don born 4kids.dis my cousin too fine.honestly she’s going through hell.although d guy is a very caring and responsible guy.just that d guy doesn’t have money.so I asked d guy why he has not paid the dowry all this while.he said in-law I don’t have money.hmmm so I asked my uncle what should we do? he said he told her daughter to quit and bring the kids home but d daughter refused.
now my cousin is begging me to help her cause she has surfer alot.now please I need the group to help me.i want to take my cousin out from this man,I want to get a new apartment for her and the kids.when the man is ready he should go and do the necessary things and bring them in back.but for now my cousin needs to go away with the kids.i can’t give him money to go and pay my for my cousin’s dowry is not possible. Is my decision right or wrong?I don’t want to do things and later regret it.
my uncle surport me to take her daughter away till the man is ready.my cousin is ready to leave also.should I go on? advice pls
From: Marriage Seminar
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