I Found My Death Certificate in My Husband’s Car, What should I do?


Wonders, they say, will never end. What do you think this lady should do?

Below is a story of a Lagos based nurse and mother of four who found her own death certificate in her husband’s car.

Nigerian OAP, Toke Makinwa knows about this story, it was shared sometime ago on her social media page. 


 
The message reads:

“I am in a very sad mood, I feel used and rejected, I feel so terrible, I am married with four kids and I always felt I am married to the best man in the world.

I am a Registered Nurse in a Government hospital here in Lagos while he is a dentist.

Our plan has always been that when our first child finishes primary school we will relocate to the US.

About a year ago, my husband started dating a lady in her late 30s. I saw her messages and challenged him after which he apologised and I forgave him.

However, to my surprise, he came home late one Friday night and slept very early on Saturday. I drove his car out to refill the gas. I saw an envelope in his car.

Inside this envelope was his passport with US visa on it and the lady’s own with US visa. I saw the form he used to fill his visa application.

In the form, he said his wife was late and my death certificate was attached and his wedding certificate with the lady was also attached.

In the form, he wrote out all our children’s name but he claimed their mother was late. I made a photocopy of all the documents and returned the documents.

I nearly ran mad. He observed that I have been so cold lately and he has been asking what the matter is.

What should I do? How should I accept this level of wickedness and traitor attitude? Please advise me before I do something drastic.

Now, as a reader of Matters of the Heart what do you think this woman should do?

Also read this: The mystery of love (a true life story)- Episode 1
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