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"Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by ClintGist(f): 11:17pm On Feb 25, 2018


25-year-old Ezeibekwe who works in a secondary school in the Aguata LGA of Anambra state said that God “sanctioned” the marriage to his sister.

A Mathematics teacher, Chiadi Ezeibekwe, has revealed that he married his younger sister who is reportedly 17-years-old.
Instablog9ja reports that 25-year-old Ezeibekwe who works in a secondary school in the Aguata LGA of Anambra state said that God “sanctioned” the marriage to his sister.


According to the reports, angry youths burned down the church where the brother and sister were reportedly wedded.

The Sabbath church was reportedly located in the teacher’s compound.

Discussing the controversial topic with Vanguard, the teacher who is the sixth of 10 children said, “I am a Sabbath and in searching through the scriptures, I discovered that one could marry his sibling.

"So, we went ahead with the arrangement to marry my younger sister. God told me to marry my sister and she also saw same vision. There are places in the Bible that support such marriage.

"Those in doubt should read Songs of Solomon chapters 4 and 5 and 1st Corinthians Chapter 7. Since we took this decision, I have not felt anything unusual, or felt that I did anything wrong. .

"In the school where I teach, many people ask me about it and I boldly refer them to the Bible. Besides, by marrying one’s sibling, there will not be the possibility of introducing ugly situations, like diseases or social vices into the family.”

The traditional prime minister, Gabriel Ezeukwu, said the angry youths had initially considered “subjecting the couple to rituals” as punishment.

He added that everyone was relieved to learn that the girl is not yet pregnant.

“Before coming to me, they were considering various options, including whether to involve the police, resort to jungle justice or parade those involved round the town before subjecting them to other rituals.

"However, I ensured that the girl in question was subjected to a rigorous pregnancy test to ascertain that she had not been impregnated by her brother and, after several tests, it was confirmed that she was not pregnant, which is a relief,” he said.

Incest: A rising trend?

The word incest exists because sexual relations between blood relatives happen. Bible scholars can point out to a few cases of incest in the Old Testament. And if you are not into religion at least you watch "Game Of Thrones" and can see freaky things happened between a brother and his sister back in the day.

At the heart of this story is that are we born with the knowledge that incest is bad or is it something that must be taught by parents?

Granted sex education in Nigeria is nothing to write home about. As a young Nigerian, you are expected to figure out hormones and puberty by yourself. The closest you can get to an explanation is when your Biology teacher gets to the Reproduction part of the syllabus.

Our prudish attitude towards sex reflects on issues such as sexual consent, rape, sexual violation amongst others. We don't talk about sex. We just know people have it.

Without sexual education it's hard to believe that some kids do not see incest as a taboo of sorts. Every human being has a moral consciousness, a conscience you might say wired in his or her DNA.

Children know killing is bad because they are born with a moral framework of good and bad. Our parents didn't have to lecture us that killing is wrong. We just know. I would like to believe the same goes with incest.

However, one cannot dismiss the numerous tales of siblings sleeping with each other. There are too many sordid stories of incest on the Internet.

These stories will make you wonder if parents have a role to play so that their children don't engage in incestsexual relationships?

In more advanced nations, we have seen cases of  brothers and sisters having an affair.

SOURCE :http://www.clintgist.com/this-is-why-i-married-my-sister-25-years-old-man-defends/

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by ClintGist(f): 11:17pm On Feb 25, 2018

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by tosyne2much(m): 11:19pm On Feb 25, 2018
Eyi jagu

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Nobody: 11:31pm On Feb 25, 2018
Nigeria is gradually crossing the line. If not for poverty, we would have gone farther than this. Gays, lesbians, divorce, sexdolls, homemade porn etc. We're getting to the level of the whites

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by McGriff(m): 12:55am On Feb 26, 2018
Can never condone incest. The man should be dealt with.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by anibirelawal(m): 1:12am On Feb 26, 2018
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Nobody: 1:37am On Feb 26, 2018
Sabbath church?...wait oo is he a Mormon member?.. Anyway Endtime tinzs on point.
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by helphelp: 10:11am On Feb 26, 2018
Idiot
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by ekems2017(f): 10:12am On Feb 26, 2018
What is wrong with my south east people with anyhow marriage. In Abia a man wedded two women the same day. Today a teacher married his sister in Anambra.

Pls send him out of that school before he corrupts the mind of those children. End time things.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by omooba969(m): 10:12am On Feb 26, 2018
Igbozzz grin

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by CastedAyo: 10:14am On Feb 26, 2018
Who Give A Phock
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Godswillnwaoma(m): 10:14am On Feb 26, 2018
My dick will never rise if I see my sister unclad not to talk of getting married to her​, that idiot must be dealt with. How will their unborn children feel after finding out that their two parents were brother and sister, did they look into the future and see the unending trauma their unborn kids will pass through.. That marriage must be stopped as fast as possible.



what a nonsense.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by lawalosky(m): 10:14am On Feb 26, 2018
you see!
some times I even encourage mustabation to all this kind shy shy dudes,,,,,
if they can find wea to flush out....
abominations like dis always be an option for them...
konji na bastard....

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by akeentech(m): 10:14am On Feb 26, 2018
Tikabody:
Story for the gods of Ghana angry
Story for gods of Anambra!

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by ghostfacekillar(m): 10:15am On Feb 26, 2018
aru kwo nwa nazu

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Vivuch: 10:15am On Feb 26, 2018
Even health wise,it is not healthy to marry your siblings, some genetic issues involves during conception.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by aguiyi2: 10:15am On Feb 26, 2018
They need cleansing from the gods.Wasted generation.
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Lifewifhenry: 10:15am On Feb 26, 2018
endtime marriage
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by phatasschick(f): 10:16am On Feb 26, 2018
So sad sad
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Pavore9: 10:16am On Feb 26, 2018
A lot of stuffs are happening under the radar.
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by contigiency(m): 10:16am On Feb 26, 2018
Our society has obviously gone astray. a church committed this abominable act. How can you wed a brother and sister. The world has lost its flavour.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by zabuur: 10:19am On Feb 26, 2018
Free d guy abeg. He don refer you to the Bible.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Trexnemesis(m): 10:20am On Feb 26, 2018
O ti yah werey ni sha!

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Nedfed(m): 10:20am On Feb 26, 2018
If u like fvck ur mother na ur wahala.
How dos dat stop Buhari for contesting again in 2019?

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by KoseweKosegbo: 10:20am On Feb 26, 2018
guy go on jare, at least he has the prove from the buybull

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by pero45: 10:22am On Feb 26, 2018
ekems2017:
What is wrong with my south east people with anyhow marriage. In Abia a man wedded two women the same day. Today a teacher married his sister in Anambra.

Pls send him out of that school before he corrupts the mind of those children. End time things.

Wetin east people do you......to marry two women at Same time Na your headache......people sef.

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by MatthewN(m): 10:22am On Feb 26, 2018
people will always find reason to back up their evil life. even in Islam, u are not permitted to marry ur sibling not to talk of Christianity. the world is indeed folding up
Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by ollah2: 10:25am On Feb 26, 2018
What a sane thread. The hypocritical and bigotry Christians would have invaded this thread if the said person happens to be a Muslim while quoting the Quran and joined together in a Mosque by Muslim clerics but they aren't here because they've got nothing to feast on.

The blood that runs through their veins is laced with hate, sentiments etc.

Hypocrisy is a Christian

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Re: "Why I Married My Sister" - 25-Year-Old Anambra Teacher by Nobody: 10:25am On Feb 26, 2018
lipsrsealed

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