A 40-year old international business woman has lost her husband to her housemaid after she got stucked in Dubai for four months over Covid-19 restrictions on movement, reports The Gazelle News.com.
Ex-United Bank for Africa (UBA) worker, Mrs Mercy Ugba, travelled to Dubai in April 2020 on business trip but the Covid-19 restrictions on movement imposed by the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) meant she could not return to Nigeria until September of that same year.
But by the time she returned, her husband, Paul Ajuma had already Impregnated their house girl, Dorcas.
Dorcas put to bed a bouncing baby boy in December last year and Paul has already abandoned their Abuja home to settle down with Dorcas in Lafia, capital of Nasarawa State while Mercy is still trying to put the pieces of her life together.
The Gazelle News.com learnt that both Mercy and Paul met and started their relationship during their school days at the Benue State University, Makurdi and they eventually became husband and wife after their university education.
They both worked at UBA’s Marketing Department but left after three years. Mercy started a clothing business and it flourished so well that she started going to Dubai to import quality materials for sale.
During this time, they could not have a child until 12 years after their marriage when Mercy had a baby girl.
The Gazelle News.com learnt that Paul accepted responsibility for Dorcas child and has already decided to make her his wife, accusing Mercy of negligence on account of her numerous trips abroad.