A Nasarawa housewife whose name was simply given as Doris has alleged that her husband cheated on her with her mother.
It was reported that the woman said the lid on the secret affair between her 46-year-old husband and her mother was blown open by her six-year-old son.
The report says that Doris’ mother, Madam Cynthia (surname withheld), did not deny the romance between her and her son-in-law when her daughter confronted her with the allegation. She reportedly told her daughter that she was in a relationship with her son-in-law (her daughter’s husband), Joseph, before they got married, and it was the best romance opportunity she had 20 years after she lost her husband.
Madam Cynthia said;
“My husband died about 20 years ago, and I never found another man of my dreams until I met Joseph. He is a kind and generous gentleman. He is also very strong and very good in bed.
“He gave me the most satisfaction I ever had with a man in bed. Because of that, I did not want to lose his company, so I recommended him to you (Doris). I insisted that he must get married to you so you could have a taste of what he is made of.”
28-year-old Doris got married to Joseph, a sales manager with a private company, oblivious to the fact that he and her mother were dating. They got married while she was based in Keffi as a student at Nasarawa State University. She didn’t know about the affair because she was not visiting Lafia regularly and when she did during the holidays, she took up some casual jobs in Keffi despite her mother’s thriving restaurant business.
Their affair came to light on January 18, when Madam Cynthia visited her daughter’s matrimonial home in New Nyanyan, Karu Local Government Area, Nasarawa State. Joseph was said to have moved to Nyanyan for the sake of proximity to his wife for whom he had secured a civil service job in Abuja.
Joseph and his mother-in-law (Cynthia) decided to engage in fresh sessions of romance during the visit. Unfortunately, their six-year-old son ran into them in one of the sessions and later let the cat out of the bag.