My Sister Is My Birth Mother
I Just Found Out This Morning That My Sister Is Actually My Birth Mother

I Just Found Out This Morning That My Sister Is Actually My Birth Mother

A young lady on Facebook has just made a surprising revelation about her sister being her birth mother.

In a lengthy post sighted by OccupyGh.com, she wrote:

I was sixteen when I met Ademola, we were both in the same class in high school at my school, the same school you happen to attend as I speak. Ademola was a dreamy guy and every girl in my school loved him. They practically worshipped him. One day, he and I were stuck in a class together because it was raining so heavily. That was when we talked for the first time. That was funny though because I had been his classmate since I was in SS2 and at that time, I was in SS3.

After that first not so interesting conversation with me, he began to talk with me more often. Not very long after that development, we started dating. One thing led to another and we slept together. It happened on the last day of our WASSCE.

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My mom didn’t take it easy with me when she found out I was pregnant. Dad was disappointed. She demanded I took her to where Demola stayed. I took both of them there but alas, Demola had traveled with his whole family to Ghana. It was as if they had been waiting for this. Demola didn’t even tell me about it. Mom nearly killed me that day.

To escape the shame, mom and I went to stay with Grandma in our village. That way, no one in the city would know about my pregnancy.

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After months of carrying you in the womb with sorrow, mom and dad volunteered to raise you as their child as their own. That is how you became my brother.

After she narrated this to me, she cried and left immediately. Right now, my mind is in chaos, I really do not know what to do. Should I take as my mother or continue to see her as my sister?

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