- An anonymous woman has narrated how she blindly sacrificed her husband for a top job
- The woman explained that she had wanted a job so badly that she had no option but to meet a 'guy' who could help her with the job
- Two months after getting the juicy job, she woke up to find her husband dead next to her
A woman, somewhere in Accra, unknowingly sacrificed her husband for a top job she yearned to have.
This was contained in a letter she wrote to a marriage counselor and reported by Ghanaweb.com.
It all happened when the anonymous woman wanted to land a major job which, according to her, was highly lucrative with high salary and mouthwatering allowances and packages.
As difficult as it was for the desperate lady, who had a Masters Degree, to land the job, she consulted with one of her girlfriends who also introduced her to "a very simple guy, living an average life."
"He asked who in my life I was pissed at that particular day. I had had a big argument with my husband that morning - and was pissed at him; so I told the man. He asked of his name, and that was that. He gave me plain water to drink, and then encouraged me to apply for the job," she narrated.
Two months after this "simple" encounter, this woman woke up to find her husband lay dead on the bed next to her. This was after she landed the top job and earned all the powerful benefits.
"My husband died, right beside me in bed. He wasn't sick, nothing!" she added.
As shocked as she was, the widowed woman asked the friend who had invited her to the man what actually happened only to be told she had sacrificed her husband for the job.
In shock and grief, this anonymous woman would now have to live the rest of her life regretting the decision she made to visit the man.
There also could be some legal implications against her friend especially when she knew nothing about what she was doing.
In fact, if she had the option of turning back the hands of time as against getting the job, she may opt for the former.
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