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  1. Never, not because I'm going to cheat but because I don't want to live in bondage biko.

    This is indirect bondage.

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    1. @Sandra, indirect bondage as in indirect cheating that could lead to indirect madness or death.

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    2. Except the tradition works both ways if not I am not interested

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  2. Yes, if only it will affect both of us.

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣😆, you’re funny. I expected your answer to be such.

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  4. That kind of tradition will only be for women.
    Africa tradition encourages polygamy, but white man tradition came and spoiled everything...

    So technically the question is for ladies.

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  5. I am married to one. One of my neighbor was married to someone who comes from a place where this tradition is practiced. She was cheating on the husband with her pastor. Suddenly this year she became sick. From treating malaria to boils and rashes etc. Finally she was taken to the village for treatment since doctors couldn't find anything wrong with her.
    Her husband was asked to come home and that was when she confessed every every to the husband. Sadly she died after two days.
    My advice is this:before you marry find out the traditions and dos and donts of where your spouse comes from maka adighi ama ama. If you no fit hold body the earlier you abort mission the better.

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    1. Why cheat in the first place, she brought death upon herself.
      Some married women are not trying, the ones in my area here are trying to legalized cheating in the name trying to play under 16 haba

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  6. I don’t believe in such fables first of all and yes I can.

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  7. The way this cheating is said as if it is a good thing. Is it now a normal thing or what?

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  8. No, I can't. Not because I'd cheat but because I can't be bound by demonic covenants.

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  9. As long as he'll also die or run mad once he cheats too.

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    1. but u know they are referring to d woman,this kind of things always affect d woman never d man

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  10. Well.. I'm from there and I'll never marry a man from my place cos they don't know how to treat a woman infact F9 in this aspect plus they always have this confidence that you can't do sh*t, even if they travel for years, you need to see them boasting about it. Most of my aunties have advised me to avoid our men o. May God help us in this race

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  11. Yes !
    Cheating has never been my thing.
    One Igbo neighbor married to a Benin man, told me her husband did that on her.
    Not like she wanted to marry him like that before, just because she fell pregnant and gbam ! It was marriage.

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    1. what did her husband do? I no such say Beni get that kind tradi.

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    2. I didn't make this up, she said she was taken to a shrine and she swore not to ever be with another man, and stuffs were done on her.
      I just want to save the details, as the husband's village is inside Benin gangan! and l know the place.

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    3. What you explained is something done out of insecurity by the husband, not like it's a general tradition that naturally affect whoever goes against it.
      I could say that man is evil and insecure.

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    4. @ Olomo, you nailed it gbam !!!!!! like you were there.
      That was exactly my own conclusion.
      Hmmmn! the lady compared to the guy, didn't add up for me, in my earlier comment, l wrote, it was rough play, that became marriage.
      This beautiful lady was just house-wifed like that, by this man that was driving his brother's car with the hope, that the big car will be given to him, Las, Las, the owner of the car came for it, and that was like 11 months into the marriage.
      I knew the oath taking was a problem for the lady because everytime she saw me, the next thing will be the oath taking story.
      And we were not close friends yet, she freely shared it with me.
      I used to have empathize with her.
      And the man didn't like her family members around.
      The insecurity thing was all over him.

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    5. @ Olomo, you nailed it gbam !!!!!! like you were there.
      That was exactly my own conclusion.
      Hmmmn! the lady compared to the guy, didn't add up for me, in my earlier comment, l wrote, it was rough play, that became marriage.
      This beautiful lady was just house-wifed like that, by this man that was driving his brother's car with the hope, that the big car will be given to him, Las, Las, the owner of the car came for it, and that was like 11 months into the marriage.
      I knew the oath taking was a problem for the lady because everytime she saw me, the next thing will be the oath taking story.
      And we were not close friends yet, she freely shared it with me.
      I used to have empathize with her.
      And the man didn't like her family members around.
      The insecurity thing was all over him.

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  12. No, I can't.

    This is not because I intend to cheat but I can't be with someone still bounded by traditions. Tomorrow, na to carry masquerade go be next.

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  13. Nah, I won’t. Nobody should live by such drastic tradition.

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    1. Congratulations on the birth of your daughter Perxie.

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  14. No I won't.
    The tradition should cover both men and women not a one-sided thing. Lailai.

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  15. No! Not that I'm going to cheat tho but I can't be under this demonic traditions! In this age and time? Mbanu

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  16. Chai most people here are cheats! No wonder when you talk of DNA, they start convulsing.

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  17. Married to one and we are from the same place.

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    1. Does it happen in in esan cs am dating an esan guy so I can run

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  18. No ,I won't , except if it goes both ways.

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  19. Becausei fear God I never cheated on my husband, if not I would have cheated on him like it is going out of fashion, men from that region are not worthy of a faithful woman, don't get me wrong I come from there too. After all na on top one goet e go end before the juju wise up as a remission for my sins.

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  20. No i won't!
    Would never cheat on my man but what in the devil and occultic is that tradition? Bikokwa.

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  21. BITCHandSLUT.com3 May 2021 at 19:22

    Who knows, temptation can happen so NO.

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  22. This thing don't work for some imo, Anambra, enugu women that I know o, cos I personally know them and their movement in this town.

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    1. Why will it work when we don't practice such yeye and biased tradition? Well at least, Anambrarians don't practice such tradition.

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  23. Marrying men from that side isn't the issue, the main problem is the fact that if the woman and the man are not traditionally separated the woman can't move on with her life. So some men take advantage of this to wicked the woman if she dares try to leave the marriage.

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  24. If it goes both ways I will, but if it only applies to my gender alone I won't.

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  25. Yes ooooo ,it was never intentional but na d good man wey come for me.i love my husband and he is also caring so it's d least of my worries.l rocked my life very well when I was single but always had it in mind to respect my husband no matter d situation.i always pray to God to help me with my business so I don't have any reason to sleep with another man so I ve no regret.

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  26. It exists in Enugu Ezike in Enugu state. They do it to the new brides. Before the betroth baby girls but now these girls grow up to reject these men. If you cheat you run mad.

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