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Woman Narrates What He Did With His Mad Ex-Boyfriend In Her Husband's Absence

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A married woman has shared a very shocking story on Facebook about how he slept with his University boyfriend who is now mentally ill because she still loves him in her matrimonial home.

"My husband was driving me to work last year when I saw a familiar face opposite the Neoplan bus stop in Accra. The traffic was usually intense in the mornings on that route. That's how I got to see him. He used to be a former course mate at Legon. We used to date too. We actually dated for three years.

He looked mad, dirty and in tatters. I recognized him immediately and I believe he did too, when he saw me. He drew nearer to my husband's car and smiled at me. My husband also saw it and even burst into laughter. He knocked on the glass but I wouldn't roll it down. My husband asked me who he was and I lied about his identity. When he called out my name, my husband read his lips so he heard him.

The vehicles ahead started moving. We drove along slowly but this guy wouldn't stop following us. He walked or run by my husband's car depending on the pace. My husband switched lanes to frustrate him but he kept jogging and trailing our car until we eventually got the opportunity to speed off. I don't know what could have led to his mental illness but I know he never returned to school the following semester after our break-up.

I couldn't tell my husband about him but I accidentally met him again in traffic last year and I stopped by his side to talk. He could carry on a meaningful conversation. He speaking impeccable English. I bought him yoghurt, food and water and paid a waakye seller to feed him lunch and dinner that day. I asked him to wait for me the following day at the same place which he did.

I brought him some of my husband's used clothes and also cooked for him. I found out where he laid his head every night and paid food vendors to feed him every time for four months. I found out from friends who remembered him, that he stopped schooling and checked out because he couldn't deal with our break-up. I left him for a 'sugar daddy' in 1999 at the University.

In our numerous talks whenever I passed by his area, he wouldn't stop telling me how much he loves and misses me. I didn't tell my husband all this. I have been married to a wonderful young man for years and I found out that I am seven weeks pregnant. My husband travelled for three weeks. And on that same day, I called in sick at work, but I was not sick, I needed a day off. I took my friend home for a shower and changed his clothes and gave him a new sandals. I took him to the Babering shop to have his hair cut. I had earlier on discussed him with a colleague who is a medical doctor at the 37 Military Hospital to do a roundup check-up on him.

I brought him home from the hospital, cooked for him and entertained him for hours until it was late. That night, he forced himself on me and raped me. Well, I don't really know if it was rape because I gave in to him at a point in my struggle willingly. He apologized to me afterwards and then told me he hasn't been with anyone else since he stopped schooling. I dropped him off at his usual junction and then that was that.

I tried to stay away from him. I haven't stopped feeding him through mobile money every week and I mostly call to know how he is doing. I might be carrying his baby. My husband is happy about our 1st pregnancy but I am totally confused. I certainly did not tell him about the events that took place and I don't intend to.

However, I think I am developing feelings for my friend. Maybe, I enjoyed our intimacy better as compared to my husband's. Maybe I miss him. Maybe I haven't really gotten over him. Maybe I am feeling all this things because I could be carrying his baby.

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