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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Sad Fcebook Story On The Importance Of Being Vigilant Concerning Friends...

This story teaches us to Be careful and be vigilant of those people we call our friends. Hmmmm...Sad!

According to a story posted on November 27th,on a facebook page named Mwebantu Trendsetters Two.
A Heartbroken American lady shared this touching story.The Post Has Over 17k likes 17kcomments and 6k shares;

"You Can Never Understand A Human Being. I met Sylvester Mumba in 2012 in Livingstone,Zambia when I went there on vacation.

Sylvester used to sell things made out of wood at a place called Mukuni park in Livingstone. He was a talented woodcarver ,he used to make decorative crafts out of wood.

I got his phone number after I asked him to make a wooden map of United States Of America with my names written on it. From that day,he became my friend and we started communicating even when I came back to USA.

I was 23 years old and single when I met him, I just did not
feel happy,I was basically lonely and I would call Sylvester whenever I felt lonely. We would chat for hours non-stop. He had broken english but I understood everything.

He used to tell me that” we were meant to be because only I understood His bad english” We then started dating six months later.

I saved up just enough working as a Host in at a SteakHouse, went to a travel agency booked a plane ticket and was off again to Zambia,but this time not to see the Victoria falls but to see Sylvester. The ticket was $1,357 dollars at the time round trip. I stayed in Zambia for a month and we quickly got married.

Then after the wedding,i left him in Zambia. Back home in USA, I paid an Immigration lawyer to help me with visa paper work for Sylvester.

To make the long story short, Sylvester was given a green card and that’s how he came to USA in May 2013. We did another wedding in USA. We were so Much in love. All was well in our marriage.

I even helped him get a Job at Target Stores and helped him buy a car to ease his movements. He slowly started adapting to the American culture and his English Improved. He also met some Zambians living in USA and together they became one family. As time went by,we started attending functions/parties organised by the Zambian community in USA.

I was even there in Tampa, Florida to support Zambia National Soccer Team when they took on Japan. And after the soccer match there was a party where we interacted with the Soccer players and other people in attendance. I have attended many independence functions organised by the Zambian community in Atlanta.

I started noticing one thing,the Zambians in USA like Gossiping and do not like to see their fellow Zambians (Friends) prosper in Life.

Sylvester’s Zambian friends, Women inclusive would call and tell me that Sylvester did not marry me because he loves me, but because of poverty and papers (Green card). They would tell me that he was going round the Zambian community,telling people that he was just using me to become a US citizen and that he will leave me once he is given a green card valid for 10-years. Some of his Male Friends would call me asking me to divorce him and marry them instead, and some would call asking me for sex.

I did not care about what people were telling me. I loved him so much and he meant my world to me. Up to date I do not understand why Zambians in diaspora are jealous of each other. My step sister is married to a Nigerian Man and The Nigerians are so supportive of each other. Sylvester and I decided to isolate ourselves from all the Zambians in USA because their gossips started affecting our marriage.
We were happy once again until in June this year when Sylvester was arrested for being in possession of drugs.

He went drinking with some of his trusted Zambian friends. After around midnight,they all decided to call it a day. Sylvester was the only one driving,so he had to drop his friends at their various homes. And after dropping his friends,on his way back home, he was stopped by a squad car (Police Car).

His friends planted some drugs in his car and called the police. And that’s how he was arrested in June and was deported back to Zambia Three weeks ago. I tried to fight his deportation for 4 months but it couldn’t work out as you know our immigration laws are now tough because of our current president.

People get deported for minor offences. And the sad part is that his friends have been asking me to date them since the time he was detained. Sylvester left USA three weeks ago and on Friday 24th November 2017 he committed suicide.

Sylvester will be put to rest today the 27th of November,2017 at his parent’s village in Northern part of Zambia. I am so heartbroken. I am unable to travel to Zambia.

My prayers and thoughts are with his family"


  1. OMG! This is heartbreaking. I am sorry ma'am.

  2. "Nigerians cooperate" depends on which part of Nigeria.
    The whole tribalism you know is Nigeria is carried over to this USA.

    1. Thank you. I was wondering which Nigerians she was talking about. I have had my fingers burnt, too.

    2. Y-demons and shemons especially. They behave exactly like those Zambians she mentioned.

    3. The Nigerian community in the diaspora is very deadly; I've never seen such Pull Him Down syndrome as they exhibit towards one's so bad that I actually worship online now, no more physical fellowship again. Tufiakwa!

  3. am too lazy to read long articles these day unless its written by Uncle Rueben Abati. please somebody summarize mbok.

    *hangs leg on the roof*

  4. And this is the reason he committed suicide?

    Na wah

  5. this is why I treat everyone as a suspect,no 1 real friend out there, crazy world indeed! BTW my bro just spoilt day with bad news, theres this very quiet neighbor of mine,nice guy, man went to the village only for village people to pin him down,now he is dead, young man with little painful. you all travelling for Dec be very careful physical and spiritual.

  6. Say what now this is serious, chaii how can some one see heave close to him and just decided to waste time,Goodness RIP sly...

  7. What can I say? I'm just speechless

  8. i stopped doing friends since my uni days..i was well to do and from a rich home.i assisted this my friend in all school things..from school fees to feeding and accomodation..feeding on daily friends were advicing me that i am being played on..not kbowing this my friend had some money and was hiding and saving..well till i left school i blocked all contacts...and since then..i am very careful of friends from the eastern part of offence to the good people from the east. infact i dont keep friends....

  9. This is so heartbreaking... Eyaa but she should have just gone to the burial to pay her last bill to him.

    I can imagine such pain of betrayal that made him commit suicide

  10. Nigerians and Ghananians in diaspora don’t do that shit but other Africans in diaspora can snatch and gbensh their Oyibo friends and brothers wife like say they can’t hussle for women. And they are very lazy.

    1. So true. I'm from East Africa and I know 3 women (EA)that snatched their sisters, aunties, friends boyfriend.

      In fact one just got divorced. Her aunt brought her abroad housed her and even connected her to a well paying job with an international organization.

      Only for the Aunts husband to say he is tired of the marriage and wants divorce. 6 months later, he moved in with the niece. They got 2 chip, 2 boys. The niece and aunt's husband got married two yrs later and in 3 yrs they were divorced.

      Of course the man is looking for his first wife but she is not interested.

  11. Nigerians and Ghananians in diaspora don’t do that shit but other Africans in diaspora can snatch and gbensh their Oyibo friends and brothers wife like say they can’t hussle for women. And they are very lazy.

  12. Nigerians and Ghananians in diaspora don’t do that shit but other Africans in diaspora can snatch and gbensh their Oyibo friends and brothers wife like say they can’t hussle for women. And they are very lazy.

  13. Replies
    1. desperately wicked. May God save us from bad friends

  14. They were jealous of his luck in getting to US so easy. Wickedness in high places. The man couldn't take the betrayal and deportation. RIP to him

  15. Very touching. May God protect us from bad friends. But this is not enough to commite Suicide.


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