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Woman’s Heartbreak: Husband’s Fake Death Ploy for New Marriage Unveiled.

Juliet Korkor 2 weeks ago 0

A woman in her midlife shared a startling account on social media about her husband orchestrating a shocking deception by faking his own death to marry another woman abroad.

She disclosed how he fabricated a story about traveling to the US for cancer treatment, adamantly refusing her company and opting to take his sister instead.

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In a calculated move, he schemed to liquidate their assets and begin a new life with someone else.

Despite receiving news of his purported demise and burial in America, she eventually uncovered the truth – he was alive and remarried, leaving her and their three children destitute.

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Before vanishing, he sent her a heart-wrenching text message, leaving her shattered.

After grappling with the devastating revelation, she resolved to focus on the positives in her life, finding solace in her children and the unwavering support of her sister.

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Embarking on a new job in Lagos, she is determined to forge a brighter future for herself and her children.

Despite the anguish inflicted by her husband’s actions, she remains optimistic about overcoming this ordeal and emerging stronger.

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