- A Nigerian man has narrated how his late brother's wife maltreated him two decades ago
- The man with the Twitter handle @Omodenden1 said his late brother's wife removed her slippers, pointed the dirty bottom to his face and told him that the slippers were better than him
- The man noted that he is now a lawyer and he is training the woman's son
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A Nigerian man has taken to Twitter to narrate how his late brother's wife maltreated him 20 years ago when he was still living with the couple.
The man with the handle @Omodenden1 shared his experience on the comment section of a post by Segun Awosanya.
Awosanya with the Twitter handle @segalink advised people to stop deriding and underestimating their fellow humans.
He tweeted: "Avoid deriding and underestimating people. God is in the business of using the most unlikely folks. 'What can this one become in Life?' Is a statement that has caused most people a heartbreak. You may never be able to forgive yourself. It costs nothing to be kind."
@Omodenden1 took to the comment section to share the experience he had two decades ago.
He said his late brother's wife removed her slippers, pointed the dirty bottom to his face and told him that the slippers were better than him.
@Omodenden1 said he is now a lawyer and he is training the woman's son. He said the woman does not have the courage to face him, adding that she talks to him by proxy.
In his words: "About 20yrs ago, my elder bro wife I was living removed her slippers, pointed the dirty bottom to my face and told me that her slippers was better than me. Today, my bro is late. I am a lawyer training their son. But she can't face me. She talks to me by proxy."
In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Ifeanyi Obi has narrated how he upturned a negative prophecy spoken over him when he was eight years.
Obi took to his Instagram page to disclose that he recently gained his academic promotion as an associate professor of construction technology from the American University of Cyprus.
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