A Facebook user identified as Elizabeth Omonigho Asekome has narrates how an elderly woman whom she took as a mother was visited by karma after marrying the abusive husband she initially asked her to leave.
Asekome disclosed how she used to purchase painkillers from this woman whenever her husband mishandles her. She further said that the woman used to be the one to stitch her wounds after the violent act is unleashed on her by her husband.
Asekome described the woman as a mother of 3 grown-up boys and a daughter. She noted that the elderly woman repeatedly advised her to quit the abusive marriage and when she eventually did, the elderly woman got married to that abusive husband of hers.
However, it was only when Karma struck this elderly woman in this marriage that she confessed; saying she advised Asekome to leave her marriage, so she could marry her husband, and while she (Asekome) was married to him, she was dating him.
Unfortunately for her, she also got a dose of violence from this abusive man as he smashed her head on a car windscreen which led to a fight between the woman’s grown-up boys and the man.
Read the story below:
“Karma is a woman.
So back in the days when I was still with my ex-husband in salolo bus stop area of alagbado, there was a nurse who had a chemist along the road that always gave me painkillers and stitch my wounds whenever I got beat down by my ex. She was a single mom with grown 3 sons and a daughter who was my age. Because of her kindness I got so close to her and started calling her mommy.
I’d tell her everything he did and she’ll advice me on what to do until I ran away with my 3 kids in 1998.
After my graduation, I bought a lace material and some jewelry to go give her and thank her for all she did. As soon as I entered Taiwo street, my neighbors recognized me and jubilated that I escaped and was doing well but I was in a hurry to see mommy.
Her chemist was closed. Her daughter opened the door for me but seemed unhappy to see me and said mommy was in the showers.I sat in the living room to wait for her.Then my eyes caught a calendar on the wall. I froze! It was my ex company calendar. How?? Mommy despised my ex so much.
She came out and I knelt and hug her. She sat down not making eye contact.I apologized for the long silence and updated her.She said she’s the one sorry. I say no ma, for having this calendar? She said for marrying my ex and not telling me all those time I was coming to report him that they were dating. She asked me to leave cos he will soon be there.That she advised him to apply pressure so that I will leave the marriage and also advised me to run cos she wanted to marry him as she is matured and knows how to handle man like him and I was inexperienced.
I wanted to leave the marriage anyway so I wasn’t mad at her for marrying him.
I congratulated her and walked on wooden legs to the bus stop numb. I felt bad because all the times I was opening up to her I didn’t know they were together.The betrayal hurt so bad.
Later while in law school and old friend in alagbado called. She say gist dey o. I rolled my eyes. I didn’t want to hear nothing from my past anymore having moved on. She said “that Ijebu nurse Auntie that married your ex,I met her at Allen, she had a bandage around her head and said she got like 8 stitches across her forehead like Cain in the bible.” I said accident? She said “Auntie said your ex husband beat her and used her head to smash windscreen of the car he bought for her.They are divorced sef and the matter dey police station because her 3 sons your ex helped to get jobs with lever brothers and AJ Seward beat your ex for beating their mom and your ex take police arrest the boys by calling them robbers.”
There are 3 more betrayals that hurt me to my bone marrow like this. After few years, I’d get news that karma did her job very well.
I have come to realized that whenever anyone betrays me, they always get the repercussions.
My God is God of vengeance.
“The LORD shall fight for you, and ye shall hold your peace.”
Has anyone else experienced such?”
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