The English word for her native name is good. But it may interest you to know that nothing good has ever come out of her. Especially in the sight of her billionaire boyfriend’s wife. Tall, dark and pretty; for so many years, she caused this woman, a mother of five and her fellow woman so much discomfort and heartache. Holding the quiet woman’s husband by the jugular, and with the man helplessly eating from her palms, emotional torment and torture ruled while she held sway. Besides being employed as a PA to the man, he also rented and furnished a flat for her; bought her a car, placed her on a fantastic salary and even travelled round the world with her. Usually first class. The man simply spoilt her silly. Everything seemed perfect for them until recently when someone advised the man’s wife to do something about her wahala instead of messing up her pillow with tears every night. She actually suggested going to Mountain of Fire and Miracles Church (MFM) to her and that settled it. Confusion was prayed into their midst. Not only that, both of them also started seeing fire and finding things very, very hot, so much so that they had no option than to call it quits recently. The man in question is into big time business. From Imo State, he is one of the richest men in Igbo land. Alphabets T and E begin his first name and surname. Not too tall and not too educated, he has his good looks and money forever netting women for him. Not one to fritter away that chance, he’s been having them as he pleases. From beauty queens to models, university undergraduates to what have you, the man has been having a blast. He, however, got caged by the aforementioned girl until his wife rescued him with prayers after so many years. The wife shares the same first name with one of the most powerful monarchs in the world. Easy going and kind hearted, many of her friends have been rejoicing with her over her ultimate triumph. Her randy husband? Okay, he’s promised never to stray again, but nobody seems to believe or trust him, according to YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine findings.
NB: First published November 2013