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Monday, September 18, 2017

Lady Abandoned By Her Boyfriend After Childbirth Advises Other Women To Be Careful

Experience is the best teacher!..




A distraught 23 years old single from Okene Local Government Area of Kogi State, North Central, Nigeria, Miss Ajarat Adams has warned her colleagues who are still single to be careful and prayerful before entering into a relationship with any man to avoid falling in to the hand of a wicked man like her estranged lover (Name withheld ) who impregnated and abandoned her at the hospital where she gave birth and lost the baby same day due to lack of money.

She said that she decided to speak out so that other innocent singles would learn from her bitter experience before they foolishly got pregnant for their so called lovers, saying men are “lairs,deceitful and wicked.”

Narrating her ordeal she passed through recently in the hands of her estranged lover to Pm News in Lagos, Adams said that she entered into a relationship with a supposed loving and caring young man from Ikorodu, Lagos in 2016 and that along the line he lured and pampered her till she became pregnant which he accepted and begged her to keep the pregnancy with a promise to marry her.


She said that the young man even took her to his parents at their family house in Ikorodu , Lagos to introduce her to them as his wife to be, while she also took him before her parents in Ikorodu to introduce him to them as her husband to be, not knowing that he was a deceiver.

Adams added that her estranged lover started manifesting his true picture when she fell into labour in May, 2017 and was rushed to a health centre in Ikorodu town, Lagos where she successfully gave birth to a baby boy.

She stated that after she regained consciousness, she discovered that her baby had a big hole on the right side of his head and that doctors on duty advised her to call her people so that they could issue a medical report for her to transfer her baby to a specialist hospital to save his life.

She said that to her utter surprise, when her estranged lover came to the hospital with his parents to see her baby with a hole on his head , instead of them consoling her, they started calling her all sorts of names and abusing her, saying that they “don’t need a child with a hole in the head in their family and they left the hospital without dropping any kobo for the upkeep of her child and the hospital bills.”

She said what pained her most was that her baby died same day when help did not come from anywhere to give her the needed medical attentions.

Adams said that she is advising singles to learn from her bitter experience to scrutinise their lovers to be if they would be supportive and show love if temptations occurred in their relationship;

She appealed to Non-Governmental Organisations, NGOs to come to her aid and fight for her.

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28 comments:

  1. So sad! Double wahala. Thank God she has learnt her lesson

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    1. Sad story about the baby.
      NGO should fight for what exactly?
      Your experience is the result of young girls throwing decency in the bin so there is actually nothing new to learn from.
      Sex wouldn't happen if the girl didn't say yes (except rape) and the negative consequences are always on the girl yet they will never wise up.
      Imagine if that child didn't die, she will suffer much more than she is suffering now because of wrong choices

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  2. If this one's mama brought her up well in a loving environment, sshe wouldn't have had to depend on BF for change. I'm sure she didn't even go ante natal sef. Mschewww. Friday and Sunday Chroniclers, don't be selfish: this is d outcome of raising kids under terrible environments.

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  3. If this one's mama brought her up well in a loving environment, sshe wouldn't have had to depend on BF for change. I'm sure she didn't even go ante natal sef. Mschewww. Friday and Sunday Chroniclers, don't be selfish: this is d outcome of raising kids under terrible environments. Kids like Prince Ek*, and this one up there

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    1. The blame is also on the nigerian women who either breed or groom this sorts of useless boys!!!
      U blame their mothers & sisters who told them it's ok to be useless & inflict pain on another girl or woman just because it's a trophy to be a male child or man. Tufiakwa!!!

      You also blame the girls & women who groom or support & finance these useless boys because of desperation for love or to make any dog or goat or piece of sh1t their "husband."

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  4. Love faded immediately issues came up. The kind of love people have for each other nowadays can't even stand the test of time.
    The ones that will hear will hear, the ones that won't hear will still not hear, no matter how loud the alarm is sounded.

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  5. Hmmmmm. If only people could see things before they happen

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  6. I'm not sure what her advice is about??

    But we just pray not to get married or pregnant for someone like that. Desperation or not, this could actually happen to anyone

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    1. Nah, this can't happen to just anyone. It can't happen to real princesses who value themselves, have self worth and do not open their legs anyhow for a boyfriend or anyone who claims to love them. It could only happen to gpeselwith low self esteem who go about opening the dirty crevices between their legs for their so called boos and yeye boyfriends.

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    2. 23 years old for that matter, bitch just dey fuck any how.

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  7. Ndi ala na their ways be that. Sorry lady. Next time close legs

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  8. Hmmm C'est dommage!!! Experience is the best teacher but learnt it in a bitter way..

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  9. Epic advice yet many young girls will still do this and prefer to learn from their mistakes. They know go still hear word.


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  10. Sorry for your loss Adams but NGO should come and fight for her in which way?

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  11. Now that's bad,As in the guys parents and the guy are the same.
    Useless set of people
    To imagine the guy has a mum and she could do such to a newly birthed mother and her grandchild is shocking.

    Well I pray that God will console her and give her a better man and a healthy child sometime in the future

    LEP😛

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  12. Fight for what?When you dey fuck did you remember NGO?

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  13. Abstinence is the key.

    Our parents r not stupid for wanting you to wait for something. U don't have a job, u r not educated and you r not smart...


    Sorry for your loss o but I'm sure if a guy with more money comes her way again, she'll fall victim the second time



    Once una hear marriage, una senses go leave una comot. Mtchewwww

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  14. Sad.But at least the bf tried. Some guys would have denied the pregnancy from day one. At least he agreed to take responsibility and even introduced her to his parents. Pls nxt time don't open your legs to anyone you are not married to. If you were legally married he wouldn't opt out just like that

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  15. I pity that child,as for two adults having sex that is your balava

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  16. Appealing for ngos to come and fight for what exactly?

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  17. this could be anyone. I wonder why you all believe u hv much self esteem and so holier than thou attitude not to be like this girl or friday and today chronicle posters. stop bin overly judgmental. we are all ladies. albeit we hv had one experience or the other.

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  18. this story is not far from Jodie(not sure of the spelling) kush kush singer. the only difference is dat she got married while pregnant. she did just traditional marriage. the husband David nnaji left her. No one is perfect plz.

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  19. Some people go through this from their lawfully wedded husbands. May we never fall into wrong hands, Amin

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  20. Sorry for your loss, just move on and be wise next time

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  21. Y'all should stop judging this woman, most of u saying close ur legs, abstinence bla bla are still opening your legs for some one..stop the hypocrisy, child made a mistake..the mistake is made

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