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Got Pregnant So He Could Marry Me…Now I Wish I Didn’t

This marriage thing is not easy. Today, I have just been crying, asking God to forgive me for not being patient with him and to please help me. No matter what, no one should try and control the hand of God.

When I met my husband, I was already in my very late twenties. He was younger by a few months but we loved each other, so no problem. While we were dating, he was very committed, loving and honest. Yes, he stepped out on me a few times, but it was always during the time he was away at the rig and I was not there, so not a big deal.
3 years into dating, I turned 30. I was really worried because I wanted to have my children early and he was not saying anything about marriage yet. I even hinted in so many ways, still nothing. I knew he loved me but I started to have insecurities, I was not ready to lose him. The thought of him even leaving me for someone else after 3 years together was just too painful, so I hatched a plan to con him into marrying me.

I decided I would get pregnant and that would speed up everything. One of my friends who was very good with counting ovulation dates and all gave me good tips. It was very easy to carry out this plan without my husband knowing because we never used protection. I was on birth control pills, so all I had to do was stop the pills and pretend to him that I was still using it.
After about 3 months of trying, I got pregnant. The joy that filled my heart when I took the test and found out was not a small one. I told him, and we argued a little about how I could have gotten pregnant on pills. He seemed afraid and even asked if I wanted to abort the baby, and I said no. I involved his mother who was so ecstatic about the pregnancy, considering he was the first son. In the end, I got what I wanted. We got married.

Just two months into the marriage, I lost my job and became a housewife.I was filled with guilt thinking maybe it is God trying to punish me for deceiving my husband and forcing him to marry me, but I kept the guilt to myself.
My husband on his own was very supportive and all, but the boredom at home was killing me. He worked 2 weeks every month at the rig and spent weeks at home alternatively, so during those times he was away, I would be lonely and alone in the apartment.

No house help, no sibling to keep me company, no even steady light. It was this same boredom that made me think of rearranging all the clothes in our wardrobe. I didn’t know it was God trying to open my eyes. While sorting out my husband’s suits. I noticed one of the jackets was a little heavy like there was something inside. I got curious, so I flung it in the air the way you fling a cloth before you hang it to dry. As I flung in the air, some documents fell out of the suit. of course, I read through the document and to my utmost belief, they were hospital reports from different hospitals and for different tests. The gist of the whole matter is that my husband has been HIV positive for over 11 years! He was positive before I met him and this man did not tell me.

I was so agitated and shocked. I had never seen him taking any medication or anything, how could he have hidden this from me? If he could hide this all this time, what can he not do? I was afraid for myself and even more for my child. I called him immediately. All through the call, I cried, screamed and cursed him. He told me to calm down, apologized and told me not to do anything rash. He said that he had gone into remission a long time ago and could not transmit it anymore and that the baby and I were safe but I don’t believe him.

It has been two days since I spoke to him. I have not been picking his calls or anything. I am just so perplexed and in shock. I am too afraid to go for a test. In all the tests and checkups I have been doing alongside my antenatal, the doctor has not said anything about me having HIV, but what if I am?
What if my baby comes out with the disease? I have packed my things but I don’t know if I should leave or not. What do I tell people? He is coming back this weekend. I don’t know how to face him because I could murder him. I don’t want to be married anymore.

He is a demon from the pits of hell. What did I` do to deserve all this?

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Actress Beverly Afaglo: How I Put My Husband To Sleep When He Wants To Make Love To Me

Popular actress, Beverly Afaglo, has said she knows how to persuade her husband to sleep whenever he is in the mood for ‘the other room’.

While speaking in an interview with Mz Gee on Joy Prime’s “Gee Spot”, Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo Baah, who is married to Choirmaster of the defunct Praye music group in Ghana, disclosed one secret in her marriage that is working for her.

According to the pretty Beverly who has starred in Ghanaian movies such as Single Six, alongside Yvonne Okoro, Mzbel, to name a few, when she is not in the mood for love making, she will talk her husband to sleep.
She said: “There are times you have a nicer way of sleeping off. You can cuddle, you can kiss and you can have a long chat and before you know it both of you are gone and that long chat brings closeness.

“…like we won’t have prostitutes, they don’t get intimate. They just go down because they have to and it happens, a lot of women are out there who don’t get intimate with men because they have to do it for whatever reason.”

The actress also revealed that her favourite body part is her backside, and said: “In marriage, it is very funny, we’ve been taught as women not to ever say no to your husband so there are times you are not in the mood but you just have to do it.”

Breaking! Victor Moses Quits international Football

Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses on Wednesday announced his retirement from international football.

The 27-year-old who had 37 appearances for Nigeria, decided to play for Nigeria after initially featuring for the English Youth team said he would like to focus on his club career now and his young family.

Moses made the announcement on his Instagram page.

“I would like to announce that after much thought I have made the decision to retire from playing international football” he said

“I have experienced some of the best moments of my life wearing the Super Eagles shirt and have memories with me that will last a lifetime.

Nothing will ever compete to what it felt like to represent Nigeria on behalf of our country”.

He went on to reveal the reasons for his retirement: “However I feel that now is the right time to step away in order to be able to focus fully on club career and my young family as well as to allow the next generation of Super Eagles stars the opportunity to step up and to flourish.”

“We are blessed as a nation to have so many exciting young players coming through and now is their time. There are so many highlights that stand out for me over the years; from making my debut, to playing in two World Cups and being a part of the team to win the African Nations Cup for first time for our nation since 1994 being just a few of them.

I have already spoken to the manager by telephone and would like to say thank you to him and his staff, the NFF and all of my teammates for all of their support over the years.

Most importantly I would like to say thank you to the Nigerian people for believing in me and supporting me over the years. It’s meant the world to me and my family and I will always be a proud Nigerian supporting the team. Thank you for the memories and good luck to the team for the future”.

Moses made his debut for the national team in 2012 after he was cleared by FIFA to play for Nigeria on 1 November 2011.

He won one Africa Cup of Nations in 2013 and played in two World Cup.

Moses was called up to Nigeria’s 23-man squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, scoring two penalties in the final group stage game against Ethiopia, which Nigeria needed to win to go through.

In May 2018 he was named in Nigeria’s preliminary 30 man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where he got a crucial equalizer against Argentina, though, Super Eagles lost the game in the dying minutes to see Argentina through while Nigeria got eliminated.

You Call it Incest, I Call It Love

 By BellaNaija
I am 26 years old. I have a big problem. I watch a lot of pornography. Ever since my parents bought me my first smartphone, I have been a regular visitor at P0r.n hub. In the categories, there is one called Step Fantasy.  It is about people who are related having sx. I have been obsessed with that for a while, but now I think it may have set me up for failure.  I have always believed that porn is not that terrible. It is just a movie and it cannot affect real life, but now I think I am in love with my sister.

She is just two years older than me, and I am squatting with her in her one-bedroom apartment. She always walks around n3ked because she believes since we are related, it will have no effect on me, but I now fantasize about her. She is not even endowed or anything, but she is all I want.

I have a girlfriend who services me very regularly, but every time we are together now, I have to imagine my sister before I can do anything. At night, when I am at home with her, I always dream about her and it takes the mercy of God not to force myself on her because she sleeps nkked. 


One time she teased me and even pulled my privates. I don’t know if this is a sign. I am too embarrassed about this, and I don’t know if should tell her. What if she is also interested. Or am I just possessed by the devil?