I cheat with dignity - Married woman in Accra confesses

I cheat with dignity - Married woman in Accra confesses

- Cheating on your partner, according to a married woman, is normal

- Hajia, as she is called, says the move to cheat on her husband is to save her relationship

- Hajia says her husband is conservative and very boring

A married woman has narrated in brave terms, how she cheats on her husband without feeling a sense of guilt or pain.

The middle-aged woman, who was called by the term Hajia, says her husband is too conservative to understand she is not interested in having babies.

Recounting her marriage experience on Joy FM's Super Morning Show, Hajia revealed that she dates mostly matured married men who do not mind buying her a house and car.

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"They do not care to buy me all I needed and it is because of how much they might be receiving from me," she revealed.

Answering questions on how she feels about her act, Hajia explained that she feels no guilt over what she does.

According to her, everyone has the instinct to want more and also have some sense of variety in their marriage life.

The revelation by Hajia follows other revelations by another married woman (name withheld) who confessed to killing her husband because he cheated on her.

According to her, she mixed "a deadly, colorless, tasteless, odorless substance" with her body lotion and smeared it gently on her most sensitive body parts where her husband likes to lick the most.

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After that, she watched him die in their bedroom as he swallowed the poison mixed with his own saliva. She then went on to marry another husband who has started misbehaving too but because she does not want to lose another husband, she has decided to cheat on him too, as a way of revenge.

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