The heart of man is desperately wicked. Amoke’s has being married for fifteen years with three wonderful kids, She trusted her hubby to the extent that she shares anything with him including bank accounts. Unknown to her the hubby was dating her childhood friend in another city, He got the concubine a well furnished apartment, an exotic car all these at the expenses of the joint account with the wife. The truth actually got revealed when he died and the concubine showed up at his burial with a set of twins. Well a lot happen these days that we cant even explain the cause. I would like you to read the story below and share your sincere opinions.
Dear Aunty Lisa,
I caught my husband of 10 years sniffing the panties of my 15 years niece. I don’t know if I should confront him or let the issue lie. I also think he bought my niece a new blackberry phone because the day I insisted on making my niece tell me where she got the phone, he became too overprotective of her and we almost fought over the issue. My niece recently lost her father, making my sister a widow who let go of her children to stay with her relatives, that is how my niece came to stay with me,
On the 26th of November 2015, I saw him at the backyard next to the heap of clothes my niece brought out to wash, he picked up a pant, my niece’s pant and sniffed it, I almost screamed where I was.
Also I keep noticing the look they exchange, very flirtatious. Lastly my niece is acting like she is his wife, she dishes his food even before the children’s food, doesn’t knock before opening the door of our bedroom, and the most disturbing is, she asks my husband where he is going when he wants to go out as if she is his wife, my husband is 37 and this girl is 15, I suggested to my husband that we send her off to a boarding school, he rejected the idea and even got angry with me saying it will affect the girl psychologically, as if I want to dump her in a boarding house and run away. I want to confront my husband but I have no evidence, and for my niece I respect my eldest sister so much that I don’t know what to do, I feel like an outsider in my own home.
P.S. My husband is a banker and also a pastor at our church.