- A Nigerian lady has narrated how her ex-lover burnt down her house and her bar after she called off their engagement.
- She stated that she had called off their engagement because they could not reach an agreement on an issue.
A Nigerian lady identified as Chichi has taken to social media to narrate how her ex-lover burnt down her house and bar weeks after calling off her engagement because they couldn’t agree over whose house they would move into after getting married.
According to her, she met her partner while building her home, as he was an engineer working there. They eventually got along and developed a romantic relationship, which led to their engagement.
However, things took a negative turn when the lady turned down the request to move into a single-room rented apartment of her lover, as she had her own house, a 4-bedroom bungalow.
The lady called off her engagement to the man as he refused to move into her apartment, insisting she move into his.
The lady explained that the situation got worse when the man promised to make her regret her choice. A few weeks later, her house and her bar were mysteriously burnt down.
Lady narrates how her ex-lover burnt down her apartment and bar
The lady wrote;
“This picture. this was in 2018. I was running my own bar/restaurant, had my own car, started building my own house (was roofing it at the time I took this picture).”
“Then I met Jeff; he was my engineer. A cute one Whenever I went to my site, he’d always look for a way to deviate from the real issues to start telling me how humble I was and how beautiful I looked. He’d always say we were going to make a beautiful couple lol.”
“Initially, I would always try to shove it off, but somehow I eventually gave in… I was very much single at the time, though. So I thought I should give him a chance.”
“Everything was going on well; the house was completed, I moved in. Fast forward to December 2019, he proposed, I accepted.”
“We had issues with whose house we’d live in after marriage mine or his lol. He was living in a 1-bedroom apartment as a tenant at the time, but I had my own house, “a 4-bed bungalow” where we wouldn’t have to bother about paying rent.”
“But he said he’d never move in with me, and of course, I would never leave my house to go start paying rent for Christ’s sake.”
“I called off the engagement since we weren’t agreeing with each other…he didn’t see it coming though. A week after I called off the engagement, he called me on the phone and said, I quote, ‘I will deal with you for disgracing me like this.’ I was like, how on earth is calling off an engagement a disgrace???”
“How? He said he had said what he said. I didn’t take his threat seriously, though. I went about my business.”
“On the 15th of June 2020, (a day I’d never forget) I had traveled out of town to celebrate my birthday, which was coming up on the 18th of June.”
“Very early morning of 15th June 2020, I got a call from a man who lived opposite my house, telling me that my house was burning.”
“I screamed, ‘how?????’ I cried and begged him to help me do something, call the fire service or something the fire service guys arrived after my house had completely burnt down.”
“At about 4 pm the same day, I picked up a call from an unknown number, it was Jeff, my ex’s voice, he said, ‘I told you I’d deal with you,’ and he hung up. I was shocked, confused, and speechless at the same time.”
“The following day, I hurriedly made my way back to my base, I went to the police and wrote a petition against my ex, I told them it was him who burnt my house.”
“He was brought in for questioning, but I had nothing to prove he was the anonymous caller.”
“But I was sure it was him but I couldn’t prove it. He was set free because I had no case against him.”
“A week later, my bar/restaurant also got burnt down lol it happened like magic. Nobody knew where the fire came from. Everything happened very fast. I went into depression. I almost committed suicide.”
“Until this day, I still believe strongly it was done by my ex. But of course, I have no proof lmao.”
“I couldn’t deal with the whole thing, I sold my car, and moved to Lagos so I could stay very far away from that devil.”
“Ever since then, whenever someone tells me, ‘I’ll deal with you,’ I never take it lightly.”
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