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Maid Adds Her ‘URINE’ When She Cooks For Her Boss To Win His Love

Maid Adds Her ‘URINE’ When She Cooks For Her Boss To Win His Love

A maid has been using her urine to cook for her boss because she claims she is in love with him.

She has been using her during in a bid to get her boss to fall in love with her. Unfortunate for her, she was caught in the act.

The lady identified as Emelia wanted to become the wife and was following her mother’s instructions so the man divorces his current wife and marries her.

Only identified as Emelia she is quoted as saying “Mum told me he would marry me if I did that for one year

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Following the unfolding of the story, married women have been warned to be extra careful of their maids as they may come across the same situation in their respective marriages.

The issue has dominated various social media platforms with sections linking it to a recent case in Ghana where a woman confessed, she prepares fufu and palm nut soup, her husband’s favourite food, with the blood from her menstruation, which is usually shortened as ‘menses’

This, she does as a form of revenge for an ordeal her husband made her go through and she said she felt at peace anytime she watches her husband eating the menses food.

Her whole story was just too much that relationship expert, David Papa Bondze-Mbir had to share it with a warning.


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