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Drama During The Wedding Ceremony When The Bride Sees Her Father, Who Has Been Absent For 28 Years


Drama During The Wedding Ceremony When The Bride Sees Her Father, Who Has Been Absent For 28 Years

Recently, a Nigerian woman had the chance to publicly shame her biological father for his mistreatment of her since birth.

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The man didn’t really know his daughter, but he nevertheless showed up on her wedding day to act as her father.

The account was uploaded on the network by an X user going by the handle @ps_wears, who described the drama that transpired on the girl’s wedding day.

She began by explaining how the man, a former member of the corps, impregnated the woman’s mother before going missing.

Despite all the attempts to find the man’s relatives and have a conversation with him, he still didn’t show up or claim responsibility for his child.

Ps_wears narrated: “You impregnated a woman 29 years ago as a Corps member posted to a village in Kwara. You left with style because you didn’t want the pregnancy. You never came back for the child or sent a dime to your child. Family of the lady traced you through the help of the school you were posted and traced your family residence, just to tell them you have a child after she delivered and that they want you to keep contacts for future reasons.

“28 years after you are notified that your daughter is getting married and you were invited out of respect and even told to send a list of what your tradition request of a groom. Since you have no shame, you sent a long list.

“The groom sent everything to you as tradition requires, there was no negotiation, but the lady insisted on having a yoruba wedding since she was raised by a yoruba stepfather. You now said it’s impossible that she is your daughter and must wed according to your tradition.

“On the small engagement party, you showed up and went to high table to sit, as per na me get pickin! The money they sent for you to buy colour of the event you didn’t. You came smelling alcohol.

“Bride came out and saw her dad by impregnation and went back inside. That the wedding won’t hold if he doesn’t return to the congregation. This is how drama started. People started begging the man, he refused, mother was crying and the yoruba dad called, police to move him out of the hall and hold him in the patrol vehicle till the end of the wedding

“Wedding sha went on, and after everything they released him, Grandma from Bayelsa was around.

“No one knew she was the one who authorised the police arrest. When mama will advice the couple at reception she told us, pre marital sexx should be frowned at and if a man thinks he is a father by just impregnating a woman, then he should be locked up like my son was today.

“Mama faced grace and said, for every one naira your mum recieved while raising you, I sent them, make sure you don’t raise a mistake like I did, take care of your mum in her old age and your other responsible father. Mama drops mic and off to the airport.

“Bayelsa women are strong women. They stood behind their granddaughter and made sure the event was a success. Five of them flew in to stop the men from disturbing the wedding. Once again, if you are a Bayelsa woman, I salute you all.”

Being a father means being there, not just when it’s convenient, but especially when it’s not. I hope this will teach other deadbeats father a lesson.

Live with Purpose, Love with Passion. Remember to be happy

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Rose Ajieh

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