A heartbroken Ajarat Adams from Okene LGA of Kogi State, Nigeria has warned fellow single ladies to be careful and prayerful before entering into a relationship with any man to avoid falling prey to the likes of her estranged boyfriend who impregnated and abandoned her at the hospital where she gave birth to a baby who gave up the ghost shortly afterwards due to lack of money.
The 23-year-old said she decided to speak out so that other innocent singles would learn from her bitter experience before they foolishly got pregnant for their so-called lovers, saying men are “liars, deceitful and wicked.”
Narrating the unfortunate ordeal, Ajarat said that she entered into a relationship with a supposed loving and caring young man from Ikorodu, Lagos in 2016.
Along the line, he lured and pampered her till she became pregnant which he accepted and begged her to keep the pregnancy with a promise to marry her.
She said that the young man even took her to his parents at their family house in Ikorodu , Lagos to introduce her to them as his wife to be, while she also took him before her parents in Ikorodu to introduce him to them as her husband to be, not knowing that he was a deceiver.
She added that her estranged lover started manifesting his true picture when she fell into labor in May, 2017 and was rushed to a health centre in Ikorodu town, Lagos where she successfully gave birth to a baby boy.
She stated that after she regained consciousness, she discovered that her baby had a big hole on the right side of his head and that doctors on duty advised her to call her people so that they could issue a medical report for her to transfer her baby to a specialist hospital to save his life.
She said that to her utter surprise, when her estranged lover came to the hospital with his parents to see her baby with a hole on his head , instead of them consoling her, they started calling her all sorts of names and abusing her, saying that they “don’t need a child with a hole in the head in their family and they left the hospital without dropping any kobo for the upkeep of her child and the hospital bills.”
She said what pained her most was that her baby died same day when help did not come from anywhere to give her the needed medical attentions.
Ms. Adams said that she is advising singles to learn from her bitter experience to scrutinize their lovers to be if they would be supportive and show love if temptations occurred in their relationship;
She appealed to Non-Governmental Organisations, NGOs to come to her aid and fight for her.