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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Saturday In House Gists - Mistaken Identity And Wrong Accusation...

Ever been a victim of Wrong Accusation or Mistaken Identity?






...Remember the story of the man that was mistaken for a car battery theft and was beaten up and died?that is both wrong accusation and being mistaken for a thief...

Have you been in a situation where you were mistaken for someone else? or even accused wrongly?

How did both end?Mistaken identity can change someone life for the better or for worse...which was/is your situation?

Wrong accusation can be a nightmare.....Especially if it was done on the Job and involves money or serious Gossip.
Tell us how your case turned out....

66 comments:

  1. Someone saw me one day and kept shouting Rose, Rose. It took her a long time to confirm who she was seeing. Some of us have common face I swear

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  2. Haven't been in such a situation before and pray not to.

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    1. This reminds me so much of Teejay and sexy daddy accusation..teejay come write ur own na we plenty wey dey wait for u

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  3. Have been wrongly accused b4,bt God vindicated me.

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  4. Lady T/worth more than a thousand dollars19 January 2019 at 14:20

    I was serving and went to visit this family.
    I knew the wife through a cousin from another university different from the one I graduated from. So when I got to the city my cousin told me about her friend who i knew. So from time to time I visited her and the family. Her hubby was a friendly fellow. We will gist and that's it.

    One day I went to visit them, and she was cooking in the kitchen but from time to time will come in and say one or two things and leave. And yes they had about 2 girls then. I was talking and asking him if he knew anyone who will be interested in a large number of crate of eggs. I had a friend working in a farm. Anyway, as far as I know, The lady was hearing us. Anyway, she had it planned.

    She came out, and sat down. Then she says to me its like you will stop coming to our house. And at first I didn't know what was up then she said I've been organising babes for her hubby. Me, from where? I hardly knew anyone to that level. In fact she walked me out of her house in the presence of her hubby. What could he say. He was embarrassed.

    It was later I knew he was coming to our lodge to see a tribal Lady of his. They were the same tribe. So I never assumed there was anything. Until I told the corper and she told me not to bother. That she was not going out with the man. But they knew each other. But of course she wasnt close to the wife and would not go to their house. Naive babe that I was at the time. I cried my eyes out over that accusation. I called my cousin and told her. I told her I will never do a thing like that. That's one painful accusation I remember. Though the pain is no longer there.

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  5. Mmmmmhhh
    This thing don tey well well.
    I been dey return from church one day come enter one apian wey near military barracks.
    Na so some men come shout, see am, catch am, kii am,
    I come confuse oh. Come dey look for whom them dey shout for. See as them come dey rush me,
    draw rifles surround me. Na that time I come sabi say soup don plenti for salt.
    I come raise my hand with my bible, them come see my bible, see my face. Them senior tell them make them no shoot.
    Them talk am for awusa say the girl wey steal them moni been dey get mark for face but we come wear same color of top.
    and them come see say na from church I been dey commot.
    See me see wahala o. How una go carry ashewo fork, she steal una come begin dey pursue me wan shoot me comot?

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    1. LMAO 😂😂😂😂

      ANG u never tell us true.
      How come you and awusa girl come resemble for cloth?
      Where you bin dey go with Bible...abeg tell us truth.

      Anyway I still praise Master Jesus on your behalf

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    2. @Gnm
      YOu don find me come?
      I talk say na awusa girl or every girl wey get mark for face na awusa girl, abi awusa girls no dey sell fork?
      Mmmmm, I like as you call Jesus "master" (hope say no be hunting strategy o), e dey sweet me reach my (no be heart of my smooth nyansh o) heart.
      But you suppose tell "master" Jesus make im helep ya hunting. Im talk say "except im build house, the laborers dey
      waste time, and except im watch, the watchmen tanda for nkiti; no be so?
      E hee "and except im give darling, the darling hunter go dey hunt for vain"; abi e no follow (Prov. 19:14). See as I come dey 😊😊
      dey type. This GM, e bi like say my bros don land o.

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    3. This your story made me laugh so well

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  6. haven't being in such situation,ND hope nt to

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  7. Stella good afternoon

    In fact ehnn. This your topic is what I pray against anytime I am leaving the even for my loved ones. It's very important I pray such prayer. Imagine you meeting your death in the hands of people who are ready to Lynch you cos of one thing that just happened that you know nothing about jeez!
    At that time nobody believes anything you are trying tosay. Reason why I am strongly against jungle justice.


    Happy weekend y'all

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    1. Api weekend to you too.
      Sisi make you no enter "jungle" o go hunt as Lions dey there dey do im own jungle justice.
      And make you dey pray hard, very hard -inugo.
      😊😊

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    2. *leaving the house *


      ANG gerrrrrout! Hws you?

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    3. @Gnm
      Mmmmm, see as you carry fake sic. spanner work ya "mess", come do am again?
      Wetin be "Hws" -na hunting code be dat? Una know say we "civilians" no dey
      fit decode una hunting codes like lwkmd, I8u . . . the only one wey I sabi (from you)
      na laughing ya nyansh off (lmao). Okay ooo

      If I come "gerrrrout" like you yarn there, you go find me taya.

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  8. Arhh anyway I go,I must look like some one.. Happens alot with dark people but if you're fair, your face will be outstanding.

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    1. Na im make you dey fear fair (side) chick wey (no) near ya street say them wan do "outstanding" snatch?
      Fair girls make una run away from FAN street o.
      😜😜😜

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    2. I am fair and I still look like a lot of people and I am always a victim of this mistaken identity,so it has nothing to do with complexion

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  9. Stella this is me official signing out of post till later in the evening. The sun here is too much and it has started affecting my brain.@Blessed Princess

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  10. Saturday not Sunday..Aunty Stella make correction.. it might be Sunday in Germany sha

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  11. I live with my cousin years back she came back from school boiling (she teach in a very good private school)so I asked what the problem was she said the cleaner stole her money,I asked how did she know,she said immediately she arrived in the morning she left her bags in the class with just the cleaner present and when she went back her back was moved to another location really is that all,she said yes much later she was looking for her 5k so she pleaded with the Cleaner if she saw the money. My sister went and reported to the head teacher,that one called emergency meeting searched the cleaner's bag saw so many children's snacks and drink wow, it's no longer money but snacks and drink, nobody gave her a chance to speak they label her thief and that the next day she should come with her guarantor,she was crying and begging that she did not steal any money.
    I stood in wonderment, I spoke to my cousin why did she go to that length especially when you did not see her taking the money,she said I should forget that thing,so I reminded her that she asked the girl staying with her to collect money and we should ask her were she collect it from,she said "No I asked her to take from the wardrobe" I said OK for clarity sake let's ask. Lo and behold the girl collected the money from aunt's bag,my cousin screamed how will she face the cleaner, the teachers and every body,I told her to do the right thing she said she can't that she will still pretend,after much talk she agreed,place a call to the headteacher,some teachers and explain the situation. The next day at school she looked for the cleaner but she did not resume,late in the afternoon she came with the uncle a strong native doctor, that my cousin and the cleaner will take an oath,they don't steal in he's family,my cousin and some other teachers pleaded with him and the cleaner for forgiveness, she gave the cleaner 3k for all her troubles.
    Case one closed,what about the snacks and drink,the school refused oo that she must be sacked,my cousin went around lobbying and pleading till they agreed to look into it,it turned out that the children have been the ones giving the cleaner their snacks and drinks but they warned her to stop accepting it,did I type this .

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    1. My dear na you type am.

      Wow.. .thank God for you

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    2. Something not so similar happened to one of our former cleaners. She went to the bank to withdraw cash and suddenly one man said he was looking for his phone and immediately accused this cleaner cos she was standing close to him.

      She of course told him she knew nothing about his phone but for where, nothing like that.

      Before u know, security has taken over. Everyone had already believed this woman took his phone, probably because she looked poor.

      Next thing, they went and brought one police woman. In the process of crying and pleading her innocence, police woman slapped this lady.

      Her saving grace was that she was not stopped from making a call. She immediately called our boss and explained anything. She gave the phone to the police woman and my boss explained to her that this woman had never been accused of stealing anything from the school. But still the police woman wasn't having it and was insisting on taking the woman to the station. BTW, this is a lil bit advanced married woman with kids.


      Our boss then immediately called the manager (it's d same bank she uses to pay salary) and then sent a staff to the bank.

      The manager wasn't even aware of all that was going on, or maybe he was pretending not to and minding his business.

      It was immediately when the manager came out and met the crying woman that he decided that they should watch the Cctv

      The Cctv showed clearly how a man took the phone after the owner kept in carelessly on the table while filling the teller and then immediately walked out of the bank.


      Oh God! What happened later is better left imagined. This woman started crying and rolling on the floor after being vindicated.


      The next day I actually told her to sue the bank and then to sue the police woman for the slap. I think they were going that direction but I don't know if they finally got justice as she resigned not so long after

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    3. Oh dear! The children's act of kindness touched me.

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  12. Someone saw my mum in the market and was shouting that the 200k she paid her for cake that they didn't see any cake ..luckly my mum was in front of my grandma's shop and people were telling the woman that my mum is a nurse not a caterer

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    1. Hahahahaha. Sorry, I just had to laugh. Nurse and Caterer.

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    2. this is quite funny..some resemblance though

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  13. One day, a lecturer saw me and called me someone's surname. That am I not the one he saw at so so joint with NG baby. NG is his alleged girlfriend.

    I said No sir. It is not me.

    Since that day, he always asks me questions in Class, changes my seat during tests and quizzes.

    What do I do for him to stop picking me out,

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    1. Is this the graduated Ebuka or the underground ebuka.

      Ebuka Elvis
      ebuka

      Only one person bear four names for blog. To what end biko? ?

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    2. Wailer continue. Go and ask Google.

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  14. This one happened to my friend,he traveled to ekiti state all the way from delta ooo,he no dey understand Yoruba na,after every thing spend close to 4days oo,he was suppose to leave the next day so him and he's host say make dem stroll,as dem dey come back plenty guys block dem will sticks, cutlass say na him dem dey find,haba wentin happen say dem just thief for the next street and the person wear the same shirt, dem don ready to burn am alive self if not for police and that he's host that understand Yoruba na so he for go,he told them he's mission and thank God he has receipt for payment he did with ekiti state government na so dem take leave am oo. Say No to jungle justice,so many have been killed for mistaken identity

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    1. Aunty HIS not HE'S for crying out loud. I goy confused while reading.

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    2. Anon it's GOT not GOY for crying out loud😂😂😂

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  15. Most people have at one time or the other, been wrongly accused. Even on this blog.

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  16. I haven't experienced it ,and i prayed not to

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  17. Hmmm that's a serious one o. May God guide us against that. Yoruba's call it arin fe se si

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  18. 2 bleesed 2 curse19 January 2019 at 15:13

    People mistake me for my sister every now and then,at first it was embarrassing but i got use to it

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    1. Oge is this you?
      my sister came home with torn clothes one day, she said a guy came to hug her and she slapped him, na so fight start.
      they later found out d guy was my classmate, me wey like man. lmao
      she's married now, I miss my sister!

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  19. I was accused in my in -law's house of stealing Mil's land documents. She was so sure cos one of her granddaughter told her she saw me when I opened Mil's bag. She called me on phone and rain all kinds of insults on me and family. I kept saying mummy, I didn't Stael your documents. But she kept saying I'm a thief. I called hubby immediately to tell him what happened. He was angry and called his mum who still stood her grounds. My sil later called me to plead that I forgive mil cos they finally found the paper. But mil didn't call me. Since then, I cut my frequent visit to twice a year. Though we're in the same city.

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    1. Better! You even tried sef.

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    2. Haba! That's so bad of her .She should have called to apologise na. Na wa o.

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    3. Your MIL should have apologized to you.

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    4. U try o, if i was the one hmmmn b4 dem see me for that house ehn, i will just stay on my lane jeje

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    5. You never learn lesson ba?
      You still visit twice???
      Lmaooo.
      The one they rubbed on your face is not enough??
      You are waiting for them to accuse you of stealing pant abi???
      Issokay.

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  20. When I was in jss1 in LSMCM I had a friend named Bola we shared a seat but I had some other friends too that we take the same route after close of school.

    On this unfortunate day, a classmate money fell on the floor #20 and it was Bola who saw it, she showed me the money and asked me to hide it in my school bag that later we would return it after the person must have cried, naive me collected the money and did as told.

    Later, the owner of the money started looking for it and myself and Bola were laughing away just then our class teacher Mrs Babafemi came in and the student complained to her, she came over to our seat and before I knew what was happening Bola told her I stole the money that its in my bag😢😢.

    I was trying to explain what we planned that it was Bolas idea but nobody even cared, my bag was searched and the money was found there. God, I was dragged to the front of the class and flogged, it didn't end there everyone started avoiding me, my friends stopped walking home with me and I became a loner.

    Then on the day of aviation, when my mum came to collect my report card, my class teacher still told her and my mum told my teacher that she knows I don't steal but she will beat me for been foolish and she really dealt with me.

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    1. Waoh.that your friend bola must have been jealous of u for a long time before the incident.

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  21. Thank God for his mercies. I haven't experienced it before

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  23. If I have been accused wrongly, it means the hurt is no longer there because I cannot remember. I remember an incident when I finished secondary school and friends were going about visiting each other. I wanted to go see friends but my mom refused and I insisted. I was really stubborn then. Then there was this corps member that would come to our house being in a strange land we were the only people close to relatives for him. He came and left and I took my handbag and left to go visit my friends. After the visit, I went home only for my mom to say she knows I went to see the guy. Chai!!! I cried almost blood. Virgin me that didn’t get to do anything till my 300level and to think that JAMB jammed me a lot oo.. Anyway it was later she realized the kind of daughter she had. You hear things like “ of all my children......” Whew!!!!

    I have accused someone wrongly. I washed a dress with my new bar soap, went into the room and came out only not to see the soap. A hostel mate of ours who everyone knew was a liar at that time was washing with the same type of soap. I asked her why she was using my soap and she gently said it wasn’t mine. I was fuming because I thought she was bold face lying and she insisted and said her roommate gave her the soap. Roommate appeared and denied giving her any soap. My shouting increased. There was nothing I didn’t call her and she was just saying all the time it wasn’t mine. I left her and went into my room. After sometime, I went to pick something from my locker only to see my soap lying there 🤦‍♀️ I no talk oo... I quietly went to lie down my conscience pricking me. Though we later became close, I never told her what happened. I still feel like I should tell her yes or no? From that day, if I don’t see with my eyes, I’m not saying even if every other person sees I have to see for myself.

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  24. I have been wrongfully accused before. Back in secondary school, our school mate stole money from another name miss F. Before then Miss F and I used to keep money together but a day to the act, I collected my money from miss F. So when Miss F Money got missing everyone pointed finger at me including my best friend, my best Friend swore she saw me taking the money, they all started calling me thief in the whole school. I was devastated as a child. I cried so much. Then I began reading psalm 109 and one day on Sunday, I prayed seriously to be vindicated when the priest was raising the blessed sacrament at mass. On that same day after praying at the blessed sacrament. Miss J returned back to school cause she took permission so no one can suspect her. She came and called Miss F that she’s restless and wants to confess that she’s the one who stole the money. That she took it when she requested for miss F key that she wanted to copy note and she knew they won’t suspect her cause I was the only one with Miss F spare key,She started asking for forgiveness, that was how everyone apologized to me. And my best friend was ashamed. This is like 16years ago but it still hurts. God is the ultimate. And the only answer when you are accused.

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  25. My boyfriend's cousin tried to sleep with me. He locked me up but I screamed after so much struggles and people outside heard my shouts and threatened to break the door.
    So many years later he saw my picture in my boyfriend's house and warned him seriously not to have anything to do with me. He told them that he disvirgined me and that he treats me like a dog cos whenever he needs sex, he calls and I'm there. That was how my boyfriend left me. 10 years later he realised I was still a virgin but it was too late. I had moved on but still afraid of men and I couldn't even love again.

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  26. Early last year at Ikeja city mall, I and brother had gone to buy a new phone for him and he gave me the old one to repair. At the cell phone repair shop in the mall I priced the screen replacement and it wasn't favourable, so we left. Only for the shop attendants to come and drag me back to shop to view CCTV footage of a missing phone. It was CCTV footage and the cloth I wore that saved me that day. Imagine it was in a market setting! Jungle justice sharply.

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  27. Hmmmmm....Mine is still a mystery to me. I travelled all the way to Ph to see my then boyfriend, when he was leaving in the morning, he brought out a wrap of 500 naira notes, counted 10k from the money and gave me to make soup and stew for him. Before my very eyes, he put the remaining money in the drawer and left for work. He also asked the driver to take me to the market, when I got back, I decided to help him do some cleaning. I helped him arrange his dirty clothes that has piled up, I also saw a lot of money dollars inclusive which I neatly arranged and kept on the table. Fast forward to when he got back in the evening, he was happy I helped him clean up and promised to take me to Dubai the next week. He actually called the agent in my presence and we forwarded our passport details to him to commence with the visa process. Later in the evening, I was lying down on the bed when he came to get some cash from the drawer, low and behold, the money was missing. Of course, I was his suspect!...... I cried like I never cried before. Let me also add that I locked his bedroom door before going to the market and that was the only time I stepped out of the house.....He lives in a duplex, has security men at the gate and also a live in boy help that helps with household chores. Till date, I don't know what happened to that money and that incident caused our breakup. In fact, the next day, he booked my flight and told me he has an emergency meeting in bony island. Anytime I remember that incident, I feel so sad and angry cos I'm still trying to figure what really happened to that money.

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    1. Somebody had a spare my dear

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    2. His live-in boy stole the money he has a the key to his room,a duplicate.He just couldn't steal the money because he stays in the house with the oga and if he tries it his oga will know its him and nobody else.Then you came for a visit,voom...money disappears.Sorry though

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    3. No one stole the money. Oga had some from when he got home till night time to money. He wanted to end the relationship

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  28. Never been in such situation

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  29. Hmmmm
    If I narrate mine eeeh.... this blog ga ama jijiji....
    Some people are simply horrible!

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  30. Been in such a situation in secondary school. That incident marred me till date, young as I was it's affected my relationship with others, I can't even trust anyone enough to call them my best friend because my supposed best friends then ganged up against me to accuse me of stealing a school skirt. We were about 4 close friends in a federal girls school, it was in those days when the school skirt material was always so hard to get in the market which meant you had to purchase school skirts, berets from school directly.We were a group of about 4 friends.One was supposed to be a year ahead but she repeated,of all I was closest to fola**** . I thought things were good with us as friends as we were all in the same class, same dormitory , went for prep together , class etc so you can imagine when they suddenly called me one day into their midst and said this my very closest friend fola**** had lost her school skirt and they KNOW I stole it and they just want me to say yes. I was totally shocked and broken inside, I kept insisting I didn't but the oldest of us who was supposed to be a year ahead kept insisting along with the other , they kept saying just say yes. I even tried to show them all the skirts I had which clearly had my name, sown into it, my supposed best friend had taught us all this trick to prevent us from loosing our items as her mother was a seamstress and that's how they labelled all her school items . I tried to even say to them I couldn't steal a skirt and not keep it in my locker and offered to have them search my items,my locker,box,school bag just to be sure but all fell on deaf ears. I looked at my friend and she looked away, in that moment I knew I could never trust anyone in this life. As she looked away she said you too say yes! I broke down and cried so bitterly whilst admitting to something I didn't do. This is one memory that I will never be able to get over. I realised later they wanted me out of their group ,the supposedly missing skirt mysteriously surfaced,perhaps it was never even missing to start with,but I know and am certain none of my children will attend a boarding school or be so far away that I can't be there to support them emotionally. Till date i struggle to figure why it happened, we were just kids, how could they have possibly imagined such wickedness because they didn't want me to be a part of them any more but I guess God wanted me to learn someone about trust and human relationships at a young age and I did learn. Sometimes I see people saying friends betray them and I smile, a betrayer isn't born over night, it's always been in them to betray or be terrible. Now I try as much as I can to instill values of self worth, confidence and independence in my kids and people around me. As for them, I forgive them and thank them for the memories.

    Please pardon my typos.

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    1. I know how you feel ma,but you really took it hard o. Those girls their mind no dey even go far that time. Right now you should be laughing at that nonsense. Not still in so much pain like this. Those girls were teenagers and they didn't even reason beyond their noses. Sorry for the hurt but allow your children to enjoy their own rlnships.

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    2. Y it’s easier for you to say because you weren’t the person betrayed. Do you know what it is for a child to have trust in someone and is betrayed by that person? My heart broke when I got to where the friend looked away. Madam I understand how you still feel but do not limit your children. It’s good you are instilling in them those values. Allow experience boarding school if they want to with those values I’m sure they will handle tough situations.

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  31. It happened to me in secondary school, my yoruba teacher came into the class, called me out and started flogging me, her reason was that I came late to school when I usually get to school late 7:30 because my house was far from school so I usually left home not later than 6:30 so I that the traffic won't delay me. I later got to know that she thought I was one girl in another arm and the funny part is that I and the girl come from different locations. I cried my eyes out that day because I did nothing to warrant such beatings and the fact that she just didn't like me when most of my teachers really liked me.
    Iya yoruba I forgive you for all the times you flogged me unjustly.

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