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Wednesday, May 06, 2020

Coronavirus Lockdown - Before And After Chronicles...

So many homes healed and so many scattered due to the forced stay at home to curb the coronavirus.........

Someone I know sent me this photo on Instagram and says ''Stella this is us before and after this coronavirus lockdown''





Do you have any before and after lockdown Chronicles?
We have done two posts on this already and there is still more to tell....

Did you hear of the man who impregnated his house help during the lockdown?How did he do it?I don't know but he put the blame on Madam!

Gist us if you have or know.... We are all learning and i know from reading these stories,some people have been able to avert wahala at home...

Please note that this is not an advert with the photo used.

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    1. Abi, awon married people. πŸ˜‹

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    2. Love is a bitch when it's chained to (lockdown with) a tormentor

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    3. My own husband of course, as usual, had no savings, so we relied on my salary and side hustle. I said no problem, since I'm assisting our family. Then the entitlement and display of emasculation started. The lock down is over na ,go and hustle, no. Excuses upon excuses. In essence, he wants me to continue doing breadwinner .I'm tired of winning bread. Its too much for one person. Let me just win the akara in peace. I never try? πŸ™„πŸ˜’πŸ˜€πŸ˜₯

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  2. Mine is pretty much the same cos hubby still goes out to his biz(medicals)but the tension at home reduced because MIL is at her daughter's place(travelled before the interstate travel ban).so,I like the peace and quiet abeg.Can't wait for us to pack out from this family house.

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  3. Stella this is so my story right now. We don’t even talk at all, I mind my business and my kids and he is busy doing jagaban on top cheating with different girls. He is yet to apologize or even offer any explanation and I have vowed that he will never again see my good side since am not worth an apology or explanation

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    1. Is really well with your home.

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    2. Wow Madam calm down. All this will soon pass and this tension will soon be over. Those girls outside are just small rats looking for a little cheese. They are not worth your home. Talk to your man one on one and let him understand he is hurting you.

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    3. May God heal your home

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    4. Poster please don't change who you are because of someone's attitude, behavior towards you. Continue showing your good side without any expectations from him and also keep praying. I am so sorry you feel this way

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    5. I feel U poster. My dear as for me I faced my kids and carried on with my life. Ignored him totally. Now he’s realized and is begging but u know what? I have learned to live and function without him. In fact I want a divorce. Men never allow ur wife realize that she can do without u emotionally. Once she does that’s it!!

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    6. You are right.

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    7. Poster don't listen to Anonymous 16:08.
      When the time is right speak to him and let him know how you feel about it, rather than ignore each other and don't sort out the underlying issue.
      Wishing you all the best.

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    8. Poster don't try to beg him for explanation if he can't explain or apologize to you.

      You don't have to always be at the receiving end '''do you?.So please kindly ignore him and face what makes you hapy'with time he will have no choice than to mellow down.

      If you beg him again when you are truly sure he hurt you 'my dear you will keep begging.Use reverse tech for him.

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    9. As a guy! Talk to your man but pls! Pls get him off instagram! I mean it! Or else you lose him for good! Lot of temptations out there and we cant hold it down like you women!

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    10. Anon 01:38
      You are mad!
      You think women can't be tempted too?

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  4. Nigerian mentality: Let's blame the woman!

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  5. Will definitely sleep here today πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ‘£πŸ°πŸΉ

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  6. Me and daddy just grew apart during this lockdown even though it's a long distant relationship.
    Now he doesn't even take my calls or speak to me.
    This is so sad. And to think that I believed nothing will ever come between us.

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    1. Which daddy, your daddy? Please explain 😏😏😏

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    2. Okay, i know Daddy is also a term of endearment but it is creeping me out.

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    3. My dear,the matter tire me. Some women even refer to their hubby as "my lord"!

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚my lord ke!
      Make dem kuku add saviour...

      My lord and saviour saving husband!😏

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    5. Sugar daddy?

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  7. With all the frequent sex i had this lockdown period, there was no way i believed i wouldnt have gotten pregnant. I am that girl who after sex, would always rush to check for dates on the calendar to be sure i am on my safe period . U need to see me calculating dates after sex, sometimes even during sex cuz i really do not want an unplanned pregnancy.
    So when i saw my period 3days ago, i was like " ha, thank God, coro belle no enter"

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    1. Hahahahahaha.. legitimate gbenshing

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    2. Oh my gawd!!! Me and you both,I have had an ovulation app in my phone for as long as I can remember,I dey over calculate ehn.. But mine was 3 days late like, I freaked out.. Had to buy a test kit and all, just to be sure..but twas just the contraceptive messing up with my cycle, 🀦‍♀️🀣🀣
      Oh mehn,Chineke biko kwa.
      NotReadyYet ooo Oluwa.

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    3. And here I am wishing coro belle entered. Olisa please pick my calls. I want twins(boys).

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. I have been on the implant (the one that runs for 5 years)for 3years plus. I found out last night that i'm pregnant. Hubby and I are in shock, but I believe it is the will of God. I have 2 kids. 5 and going to 4. It is well.

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    6. Hmmm, this life. I'm really unhappy that I didn't take in this period cos I don't know when next I and hubby will be together for a long duration due to his job. Its really frustrating cos he doesn't even seem to care and thinks there's no problem when its obvious the problem is from him (watery thin ejaculate, if at all).
      I'm not happy and he's not keen on visiting a hospital (and fear of coro has given him excuse not to do so).

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  8. Stella, its very interesting what this lockdown has done to my marriage.
    Before now we were a "happy" couple doing our best to make marriage work, struggling with life's challenges et al.
    I won't lie Stella, life had not been so easy, the marriage seemed without spice because my hubby's work is very demanding and you know oil and gas in Naija today you must earn every penny (except of course the boys in production companies like Shell etc).
    Once in a while tho we hung out but the sex was scanty and monotonous so I sought relief outside.
    I used to feel remorseful but side beau was so good I kept going back. Incidentally he's older than my hubby but he too get action.
    I no longer bothered about Hubby's "sub-performance", I was happy. However, my conscience was my greatest undoing, the guilt I felt didn't allow me pray and I began to feel that my adulterous nature was the reason why our finances took a down turn.
    When the lock down started I started a commune with God to beg for forgiveness and help to stop adultery.
    Hmmm Stella, I started to see my hubby differently, positively!
    I started feeling a fresh attraction to him. We started doing almost everything together, cooking, sleeping, watching movies, exercising etc even the sex is maaaad (he up his game and so did I) and quite regular. In fact even tho I struggle to keep away from my side beau (now ex I believe) I am truly happy now, we're definitely in a better place.


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    1. I thank God for restoring your home, sis.
      However, is there still a lingering longing seeing as you still refer to the side dude as beau? It left a bad taste in my mouth, no offense.

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    2. Thank God you realised your mistake and also retraced your steps back to your maker. I pray you don't go back to your vomit.

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    3. People like you will still come and blame your hubby, later and leave the part of your so called ex, out. No be today. Men are truly, scum

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    4. If he is a faithful spouse, i hope he finds out about your adulterous nature.

      So the man hustles to give you a great life financially and your "thank you" is to have an affair?

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    5. See how everyone conveniently felt pity for this lady instead of telling her off for cheating on her hard working husband.

      You claimed sex with your husband was monotonous and then went out to cheat. If it was the other way round, you will say men are scum, they are dogs etc.

      Women! They cheat pass men, but will never admit it!

      Hubby would be working his ass off to make ends meet, and you are there busy slacking your pussy for another guy. I hope you used condom with your side boo...mtschew

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    6. But it was the men cheating, no one will same anything cos they feel that's how men are!πŸ™„

      Abeg make una leave this woman alone! at least she repented and found christ.

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    7. Anony 18:15, you hit the nail on its head. An adulterous woman is a detestable person and a faithful man doesn't deserve such. Same is true when the roles are reversed. Choi, the double dipping and hypocrisy from some Naijas, no be here o.

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    8. Anony 23:56, thank you very much for the observation. The hypocrisy from some female BVs on this blog stinks!

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  9. My husband has been acting like a frustrated human being since this lockdown,complaining about family and friends bringing their problems to him. I insult him whenever he starts,God didn't bless anyone for their comfort but to also be a blessing to others!!!! Nonsense and ingredient.

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    1. Insult him?? Why? Its not right you know.. You can sit down and discuss like adults..Kpele

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    2. And you are proud of that rubbish you wrote there? Smh. What happened to respect and friendly conversation? You think it's easy to have family and friends bringing their problems to your neck. This your comment is so insensitive abeg

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    3. Instead of insulting him, try explaining to him how being a blessing to others will bring more blessings to him.

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    4. Lizzy babe, deh calm down abeg, stop insulting him.
      It is well with the both of you.

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    5. @Big mama et Perxian,insulting him was wrong on my part,but it was becoming worrisome. At a point he started yelling at everyone over the phone .Thanks for the advice 😘

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    6. @Martiegold,seriously?don't spew trash under my comment please. Face your home and leave mine alone....Jeeez

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    7. @Martiegold,it's because of souls like you that BVS do not like sharing their experience without hiding under anonymous,taking panadol for someone else's headache. Get a life!!!!

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    8. If insults is the best you think you can handle that situation, that guy deserves someone who calms him and speak better words into his ears. I doubt if you can ditch that

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  10. Too blessed to be cursed6 May 2020 at 15:13

    I have improved on my baking skills, makes me happy, learning web development 😏😏😏kinda complex! I am also learning how to drive, surprisingly i have zero fear but the car has packed up , so it is on hold for now.

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  11. I remember when Instagram people like Cubana chief priest were pretending like corona stopped men from cheating. It’s a pity because it seems like many Nigerian men marry just so they can commit adultery and of course have access to cheap or free labour. I can’t even imagine all the women who had to work from home and do the majority of cleaning, cooking and catering to out of school children. We need to do better for women

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    1. Anon U just hit the nail on the head. Nigerian men actually marry to Have legitimate children, commit adultery and have access to cheap or free labor. Story of many of our marriages

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  12. The devil is a liar.

    With all the family bonding,watching films together,dancing competitions and all,then some are drifting apart?

    God take control.

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  13. Our sex life has received life 😁😁 after 6years of marriage.
    Hubby used to be a one minute man(one second infact) I couldn't open up well to him (tried but didn't want to kill his ego) so I lost interest at some point.
    We had a heart to heart talk this period,Told him why I lost interest in sex because he was saying that because of my attitude he also lost interest and also he felt bad after each sex because he can't last for me.
    We talked and prayed about our sex life. we both started doing exercise, oh Stella the guy man has changed. The first night he lasted for up to 5mins. he was in cloud nine πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I came multiple times, since then na higher higher we dey go. He's a doctor, he said everyone is saying he's looking fresh. Kia my hubby is so happy. he can't have enough of me, we have two kids...he said I should get ready for another.

    Thank you Stella for this blog. it helped me build back our sex life.

    *He's among the few men that don't cheat*

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    1. Congratulations madam.
      Enjoy..

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    2. You came multiple times under five minutes? How was he doing it biko? Madam come and educate us, I don't like this kinda half gist. Meanwhile I am so happy for you and your hubby.

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    3. Sweet story until you added the last line. The real all men cheat specialist are coming for you.

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    4. How can a 1 minute man cheat? With which preek

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    5. Anon 19:02 you are wickedt... not just wicked, wicked with a t

      Blog visitors will not kill me with laughter πŸ˜‚

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    6. Aww....na this kind story dey sweet body.Congrats

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    7. My sister its bcos of d lockdown hes staying longer to come dis is my story hes not fucking anyone else so all d strength is on you make Nigeria open well,all d girls r waiting for him

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    8. Your last line is irrelevant. Meanwhile always open your hand for shock .Don't be too sure madam.

      It is your type that collapse the day you find your hubby cheating bcos of over trust.

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  14. Hmmmmmm...... Where do I eevn start from sef. My hubby has become something else. He is suffering from ED, He didn't tell me but rather resort to treat himself privately in a hospital. I saw him with a MANIX tablet. He has changed completely. He doesn't communicate with me @ all. All I wanna do now is just to end d marriage.... I can no longer cope with all of this. I swear down. Heaven is my witness....Will have a caht with him on Friday n walk out if the marriage... May God Help me

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    1. Awww Sis ,stay strong and take the best decision for you ,God will guide you ,hugs hugs !

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    2. Just ED and you want to walk away? Was that why you married him?

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    3. this is somehow my story ..i pray for restoration

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    4. Same here. I have decided to face my work and my kids

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    5. My dear, i'm in the same boat. My hubby had ED before marriage and neva told me..i was very naΓ―ve. I just noticed he started avoiding me after the marriage; he comes home late etc. I talked to him severally but he insisted it was anxiety until the day we had a misunderstanding and he seized my car keys in anger, I went searching for it in his car when I saw the pills. I confronted him and he confessed he had ED. Since then he neva made advances at me. I can say we only had sex 2 times after 3 years of marriage. I'm planning my exit because I cant continue with this scam of a marriage.

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  15. @Finny you made me burst out laughing like a mad person with your comment. Na correct question you ask o jare. Another person said 'how can he cheat with 1 minute preek'? Rotfl!!!!

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  16. None I can tell for now.

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  17. Chia I envy u pple that have been having sex wit ur hubby during dis lockdown o I don't even know wat sex feels like anymore,I haven't had sex in 5 months and am.married o i was curious y he wasn't interested in sex and I snooped his fone d bobo don get side chic aft office dem go go knack he will now come back home tired,I beg dis covid I no even allow am touch me bcos d way he dey strach him gbola make I no go get sickness na covid wey I no no where e come frm biko,I have kids to take care of,if after 8 yrs of marriage u aren't satisfied go ahead and get Hiv

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  18. The relationship with my teenage kids has grown tremendously. I admit that I use to be a bit hard on them,it got to a point that it strained my relationship with hubby. He says I act like I was never a teenager,that as a Child Psychologist I should know how best to deal with the situation,that I take care of other peoples' kids and neglect mine. I guess being home with them this period gave me more insights. Now they tell me things they never use to. Yesterday we all had stop dance game,they teased that I was dancing like an old woman while they hailed their dad.I can't remember the last time we played like that. I am so happy. This morning my daughter walked into the kitchen to tell me that I had a grin on my face. I told her covid19 came with positive and negative sides. That I am glad mine is positive. Next thing she did was to give me hug. I can't remember the last time my daughter hugged me with so much strength. For some days now we gist into the morning,only for their dad to chase them out to their rooms claiming they want to steal his "girlfriend". I don't even know what we discuss. I am grateful Lord. My prayers go to those who are experiencing the opposite,may God heal their homes.

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  19. The lockdown brough I and my husband together the more.We are loving each other like never before.I consider myself a lucky girl.This is our 7th year in marriage.I love him.

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  20. Nawaoo ,ano 19'02 u r not nice

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  21. This lockdown brought a relative out o.


    She has been staying indoors for over 10 years now. In this Nigeria? Yes, but there are some factors that enabled her.

    She does not go out, she ask people to help her do things outside. The people will inflate price on whatever is bought. If she questions them, they will tell her to go and ask herself, they know she can't. Seems it is fear of going out.

    But God has used coro o. She began coughing seriously last week, and all her neighbors ganged up to say she has Coro and she must go out. That was how she was forced out ooo.

    She had to go to the hospital, and this first step has broken the fear in Jesus name o.

    Also, thank God, He used coro, and coro did not overshadowed the testimony. She is coro negative o

    Pray she holds on and let go of the fear.

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