- A young lady has recounted an incident of how she got put in the family way by a top CEO
- She revealed that all attempts to reach the man to take up responsibility for his action has proved futile
A young Ghanaian female under the condition of anonymity has revealed how she was unknowingly put in the family by a prominent Chief Executive Officer after she was invited to join a Whatsapp Group of top CEOs in the country.
The young lady shared her story with Facebook user, David Papa Bondzie-Mbir who is noted for posting relationship issues on his Facebook wall.
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She said, “"Hi Dave,…I need your opinion on an issue. Last year, my former boss, added me to an invite-only group on WhatsApp. It's made up of CEOs. I found out it's a monthly thing they do: they invite an outspoken, random employee, give the individual a day to say all there is to say about their bosses.
I was asked to tell them even what the other employees said or thought of the boss. Everything that bothered an employee, they wanted to know. It's an exercise they embark on to better be of service to their respective employees.
So I said everything there was to say. When I was taken out of the group that dawn, I got a text from someone. He wouldn't introduce himself, but I kind of suspected he could be a member of that WhatsApp group. We kept chatting for weeks till I began to like him.
He still wouldn't introduce himself.
We agreed on a lunch meet and I got to know who he was. A very prominent personality in Ghana. We kind of bonded there and then, and one thing led to the other. I insisted on condom use, but I think he pulled it off during the act.
I hadn't slept with any man for five months, prior to my meeting him. And I never slept with anyone else after that one incident.
I found out that I was Nine (9) weeks pregnant, and I made him know. He blocked me on Whatsapp. I couldn't call or text him anymore. He just shut me off without a word.
Knowing who he is, would I be wrong to tarnish his image for treating me like trash? And, it's not like I pursued him. He came after me. We had consensual sex: sex I felt was PROTECTED, because I slipped on his condoms.
I've already gone to his office thrice and he's always not available (which I know is a lie.)
Why should a man take off his condom at the blind side of the one he is sleeping with?
He needs to pay for this intended plan. I'm trying to figure out what to do to him."
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