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Saturday, July 20, 2019

Iya Ibeji Series -Almost Doesnt Count Oh..

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One peaceful evening I was relaxing at home when I heard my neighbor call out my name. I quickly rushed out to meet him and asked him what the matter was, he asked me to bring out chairs and sit outside with him, then we had the following conversation.


NEIGHBOR: Iya beji, the people wey dey do me don finally get me.


IYA BEJI: What happpened?


NEIGHBOR: You know I'm into sport betting. A friend gave me numbers the other day and asked me to play that he was very sure. I took it as one of those numbers and I didn't play. Iya beji he called me this evening and was very excited, he said we don hammer. He was even asking for his cut, but guess what I didn't play.


IYA BEJI: (gently) Why didn't you play na. Anyway how much was the winning?


NEIGHBOR: (Paused for a while then said) 3 million.


IYA BEJI ( My hair plait dada, I stood up and screamed) Neighbor why now? Why didn't you play? Since the beginning of this year you have been carrying betting paper up and down no show. This one that was given to you on a platter of gold you didn't play.


I wanted to go on scolding him, but I looked at him sitting so calmly and I told myself this man came to be comforted. So I put down my sword and started comforting him.


NEIGHBOR: Iya beji don't be nice continue thrashing me I deserve it. You see I can't even enter the house, I have taken my BP drug but my body is still hot.

IYA BEJI: Where is your wife?

NEIGHBOR: She traveled.

My husband joined us and when he heard was happened he also teased the man a bit. But we did our best to cheer him up, we discussed all the things that he would have bought if had won the money. After a while my husband left us and then I told him I had to leave too.


NEIGHBOR: Iya beji you dey leave me?
IYA BEJI: I want to go and cook.


NEIGHBOR: I can't sleep alone in that house make person no pass there go. Let me call one of my girlfriends to come over.


So he made the call and truly a girl came and spent the night with him.
While I was in the kitchen I couldn't stop thinking about his loss.
I'm not into betting, severally he had asked me to play but I declined. I thought of how the money would have helped them financially, I also thought of my share. No do no do he would have declared for me.


While it took me days to get over the money we never won, it took my neighbor weeks. He even lost weight sef on top the matter.


*Did i read well?He invited his girlfriend to his Matrimonial home to sleep and you didnt talk about that?nah money own dey do you?Na wah

21 comments:

  1. That one sef good...two cut four nani

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  2. Naija girls (like Iya ibeji) sees nothing wrong with adultery. They are a lot of money minded bunch of ndi oshi amu. 🐀🐀🐀🐀
    There are very few married women in Naija that will not open legs at the right (or sometimes no) pay.
    All they know is money and abroad, that is their puppet cord.
    My auntie taught me that a person is known by her spontaneous action or inaction and that has shaped my life.
    That informs Iya ibeji's silence on her fellow woman, married woman traveling and the husband is inviting his girl friend. She won't speak because the traveled wife isn't guiltless and the one who did not speak...😯😯😯😯😯😯
    That money would not have amounted to anything to this family and indeed all of you.
    The girlfriend would have pocketed it and given him pocket money.
    Heb. 13:4 Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.

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    1. God bless you for your take on this. If I were in Iya Ibeji's shoes, I would completely avoid that neighbour based on the grounds of gambling and adultery.

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    2. I agree with ANG and twin squared
      Poverty is indeed a disease

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  3. This betting thing has caused a lotoo🀣🀣. For my area,person wife use chop money go play BabaIjebu(Bet).when her husband return Na d whole street settle the fight...Mama ibeji,it is well with your neighbour.

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  4. He would have spent the money on his girlfriends.....

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  5. eyah the one that could have compensated him for the ones he played without winning.

    But let me ask o is bet money legitimate

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  6. Chai!!! What a painful something...

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  7. Stella i read that part and my breathe stop for a while, and you were saying it as if it nothing God. My married friends knows me, you dare not do rubbish infront of me, i will carry the matter for head. You couldn't even call him to order Nawa oh nothing i wont read

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  8. The impetus people have as far as cheating is concerned really needs to be curbed.
    You have a relationship with this man and you couldn’t even express ordinary displeasure at his proposal to call a girlfriend; especially as he was so open and disrespectful about it?
    We have a long way to go in order to achieve accountability from the male folks in marriage.
    On the betting, ntorr for the man.

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  9. I took back my sympathy when he called he called his GF, cos he wouldn't have used the money for anything meaningful. #storyofmyneighbour

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  10. Iyabeji u ddnt say anything concerning his girlfriend..too bad!
    Me I was even thinking he was going to invite u to spend d nite at his house, as per say him don craze

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  11. Let me call one of my girl friends he said, the yeye man get them plenty self , na the wife I pity sha.

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  12. Anytime I read this Iya ibeji post i ask myself why I carried my leg here

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Not a fair comment for someone who tries her best. If you have nothing nice to say, don't open the post.

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  13. She couldn’t even advise the man about bringing one of his girlfriends to his matrimonial home. Too bad!

    Maybe one day ur darling husband will do same and he will be applauded. Na so world take spoil o

    If that man was my neighbor, nothing will make me sit close to him ever again to discuss rubbish. He should know ur stand on such issues and not say it to ur hearing. But maybe una be the same for that ministry sha. Kos u can’t tell me u were minding ur business because u didn’t mind it totally.

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  14. I don't understand some BV's ooh,same people that advise people to drink water and mind their biznes are the ones bashing iya ibeji for not cautioning her neighbourπŸ™†πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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    1. I shock too... Assuming she wrote that she confronted the man, Stella would have been the first to say Drink Water and Mind Your Business.

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