“My uncle set to divorce wife after plumber removed 23 used condoms blocking the toilet” – Man cries out

A young Nigerian man has cried out that his uncle wants to divorce his wife after a plumber removed 23 used condoms that was blocking the toilet in his house.

According to the boy who shared this story on Nairaland, he said his uncle and his wife’s marriage might be coming to an end after used condoms is found in the toilet. The boy said his uncle was surprised as he is not always at home and never used condom on his wife.

The couple have just celebrated their second wedding anniversary and have been blessed with a child.

Read his story ;

Hello house don’t mind my grammar pls!
There’s problem in the house! We have been having problem with our toilet for a while now but we received a shock after find out what the problem is….

My uncle is 44 and his wife is 34 with 1 kid (girl) they just celebrated 2 years anniversary. My uncle spend most of the time at the shop. He sells spare parts and automobile, he never knew and will never believe that his wife brings another man home (who she has once introduced to me as his cousin) … FastFWD

Two weeks now we have been finding it hard to flush toilet because the water is moving …. My uncle called a plumber yesterday, the plumber had to call my uncle to show him what the problem is.. To our surprise its A condom and one of them is still fresh with some sperm inside…

My uncle was surprised because he said he never used it on her since they got married … He just built the house which is not even up to 1year… Now their marriage is on the line of collapsing, I like the wife very well because she is kind and generous she buys me latest things like phones shoes shirts… I don’t know how to contribute to the issues because I am just a boy boy.”



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