A man has received the shock of his life after he caught his childless wife having s*x with her customer to get pregnant.
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A man identified as Udemeh Ukarette has reportedly suffered heart break after he caught his wife, Joy with her customer having s*x in a popular hotel in order to get pregnant and bear a child for him.
The incident reportedly happened at Toyin Giwa Avenue in Afonka Shasha area of Lagos.
P. M. Express reports that the couple was yet to have a child 13 years after they got married while Udemeh had sent away another woman he married and impregnated before he met Joy.
However, Joy tried to explain to him that she did so in order to get pregnant and bear a child for him since he had tried for several years without result and he accepted.
It turned out his wife enjoyed the romp with an undisclosed man and continued the relationship without getting pregnant but did not inform her husband.
P. M. Express reports that when her husband eventually discovered and asked her to stop meeting the man since he was unable to get her pregnant, she refused and insisted that the man was her big customer at her beer joint. This become an Issue as Joy has threatened to dump her husband and concentrate on the new lover.
It was gathered that both Udemeh and Joy were of the Anan stock in Akwa Ibom State and throughout those years, they have tried both medical and spiritual assistance to get a child but their efforts did not yield result.
It was then that Joy started going out with her customer without her husband’s knowledge. Her husband later knew and trailed her to the hotel where he met her with the man.
The matter was reported to the Akwa Ibom town union, Lagos branch who attempted to resolve the matter but the woman insisted that she will not leave her new lover. She suggested that she can still continue to marry her husband at the same time maintain the relationship with her lover which did not go down well with the union.
When the president of their Akwa Ibom town union, Mr Robert Akpan, was contacted he confirmed that the couple were having issues in their marriage and the union attempted to resolve it to no avail.