WSJ Forum is an online Commmunity where people from different demographic across Nigeria and beyond meet to discuss social economic, political , relationship issues among others.
WSJ Forum thousands of members was founder about a decade ago by the publisher of the Street Journal Magazine, Mr. Wole Arisekola.
The community has provided free boreholes in different towns in Southwest Nigeria.
Sevaral members has closed deal running into sevaral millions, employed, empowered and got married through the forum.
However, the case of WSJ member who agreed to speak to our reporter only on condition of anonymity on how she got pregnant to a father and son is a peculiar mess told has a precedents in some part of Nigeria.
In her statement to the WSJ Forum founder sighted by Kosofe Post, She wrote:
Uncle Wole Arisekola, I am a lady of 26 years, member of your forum since 2013. Sir, I dated a married man when I was in the university of Calabar he was 59years old then and I got pregnant for him, I tried to terminate it but it was impossible, I gave birth to a baby boy and he’s 5year old now.
This man took care of me and up till now he’s still taking care of the child, but he told me he can not marry me and his wife must not know he has a child outside which I kept to.
During my service year, I was posted to Abuja where I met another guy who promised to marry me with my son, he even like the boy when he met with him, this guy has done so much for me and he’s very caring.
I took in for him last year December and I told him in February this year when the pregnancy was less than 3month, I have met his mum when she came to Abuja to visit my fiance and she accepted me and encouraged me to love myself and also love my son because the child will be great, my fiance and I planned to come together to Lagos this year march to see his both parents so that we can start planning for our wedding immediately, but due to lockdown it was impossible for me to come over to Lagos.
I and my fiance came to Lagos on Wednesday and straight to his parents house and it was a big shock when I discovered that my son’s father is also the father of my fiance. I’m 7months pregnant. I have been in the hospital close to their house since yesterday because I collapsed, am a little bit ok now but as am writing this post I don’t know what to do yet, I am just crying.
Wole: Humm, You don’t have problem at all. In Yoruba culture, when a father dies, his older wives are allowed to married by his junior brother and the first son can marry the younger wives.
Now, your first child belongs to your father in law, so both of them will answer the same surname and have the same DNA. when you met your fiance and he instantly loved your son, it is not rocket science it’s the blood, blood is thicker than water. Maybe God wants you in that family.