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Husband Leaves His Wife To Herself In Hospital by JustforMen: 10:53pm On Mar 02, 2021
Husband travelled for medical checkup in Abuja. while there he regularly calls his wife and mother of two kids like every other man would.
On a fateful day, his wife told him cooking gas has finished and the money with her is not enough. The husband explained to her that he is bed ridden from the injury he is recovering from and that he will have to physically go to a bank branch to transfer money to her as the account that has internet banking capability is out of funds. He asked her to manage the backup stove for cooking before the next day when he will arrange to be taken to the bank for transfer to his wife and to his e-banking capable account.
The woman started carrying face and stopped picking his calls. It continued for like four days with her still not picking his calls or even asking about his condition.
On the fifth day, he was scheduled to travel back home and he sent a message to his wife telling her a driver will come and take one of his cars to go pick him from the airport upon his arrival. The woman gave the driver the key but still did not call or check on the husband.
The man arrived home and the woman refused to even welcome him back from the hospital he went to and she did not as much as greet him. His arrival was on Saturday.
Needless to say he arranged for two cylinders of gas to be refilled and did more shopping for the family as he usually does.
On the following Monday while he was working in his study, the woman walked in and told him she was feeling some kind of pain in a her chest. Since she had been on malice with him, he simply did not say anything to her.
Later around 1pm, his child came into his study and told him that she had pooped and will need help getting cleaned up. He told her to go meet her mummy but the child said the mum was not in the house. so Oga simply went and cleaned up the child and checked the other rooms in the house for madam but he did not see her. so he left the matter and went ahead to arrange food for the kids thinking may be the woman had gone outside to get something.
He stayed home until around 6pm, the woman did not return. around 6:30pm, he said a text message came into his phone from his wife's number telling him she is on admission in the hospital. Oga's place of work has a family clinic with which his wives and kids have been registered to go for free treatment. The hospital is designed so that patients stay there without any additional care giver. everything is taken care of by the hospital staff. Family members are only allowed to visit for at most 30mins in a day.
The man was unhappy and he deleted the sms and pretended he he did not see it. His reason was that she left him in the house without telling she was going to the hospital - which he would usually take her there himself.
Today is the second night the woman is spending in the hospital without the man going to check on her. By the way the man is also still recovering from a dislocated knee that he was operated on at the hospital.
The man insists he will not go to visit her in the hospital since the wife also did not care about his own condition and she also went out without telling him risking kidnap and any other evil that could have befallen her.
How una see this matter?
We dey here dey convince the man to visit her in the hospital but the man says the woman has been proving stubborn.

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