I Moved With This Man Because I Thought He Loved Me. -Pt 1

Bayo Ajibola

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Good day,

Please I would like help and advice. I had been living with my auntie when I met up with this man. He’s kind and a calm man. Prior to I meeting him I was into this little little runs to provide for myself. At times to eat was quite difficult so as soon as I met him I stopped doing this runs I was doing.

He fullfill just about all my needs. I letter became pregnant for him so we started staying with each other right up until I delivered my baby girl. Things changed after that, he start beating me and calling me names. If I cook and offered him, he will tell me the food is not delicious, he will ask me to carry the food away from him.

That is exactly how things was going on he’ll beat me and throw my stuffs out. I will get in touch with his parents to help me plead with him after which he will bring my things back into the house. Before you know it, he starts bringing all his lovers to the house and he will tell me to go out of the room.

I will control myself not to do anything silly. I will inform his parents when they talk to him he will come back home and beat me mercilessly. I keep on holding on, now am staying with his parents.
He just got a job in calabar since he got that job he hasn’t sent a kobo to me and his daughter. I don’t know what to do. I want to leave but am thinking about my daughter. I have no job or means of taking care of my daughter or myself.

Please advise.

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Bayo Ajibola

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