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URGE TO KILL 

Have you thought of killing someone? You hate them so much that you don’t want to see them ever again.

Recently, my mood has erratically increased by the day. Somehow my family thinks I’m crazy simply because I’ve nursed this urge to kill my aunt over the years. Sounds crazy, right? 

The thoughts of being in the same room as her is something I can’t imagine. Without a doubt, I know my aunt is still recovering from the wounds I inflicted on her in our last encounter.

But just before you begin to accuse, blame or even judge me for such rousing anger towards my aunt, you might just want to uncover the whole truth and see if truly I qualify to be termed mad. 

One month ago, just two weeks before my wedding – with my fiance of three years, love of my life! It is worthy of note at this time to mention that my parents had taken charge of preparations cos I hail from a community that reveres axioms and one of such in my place is “it’s your parent’s wedding” – this allowed them the planning responsibility. 

Dayo, my husband-to-be and I had planned our honeymoon to be in a place where houses were built on stilts. At least these were the plans until my aunty showed up. Aunty Tinuke is a paramedic, my favorite at the time[although not anymore]. She came down to Nigeria all the way from New York. After her arrival, she requested for our medical report which Dayo & I hadn’t considered seriously, she ensured that we did. At exactly 8days before my wedding, alas! I got the shocker of my life – I and Dayo aren’t compatible, AS and AC isn’t. 

Situation turned sour. Even when I insisted that the wedding held, our families turned their back on us, our love and everything. I could not believe it. 

How should I begin to erase my love for Dayo? He has become my heart already. After all my forays in toxic relationships, I finally found the one for me and I’m just supposed to let him go like that on the grounds of genotype? 

How about all our pre-wedding pictures scattered all over the internet, my lovely gown, the aso ebi, the event centre and everything?

Aunty Tinuke has ruined everything, she travelled all the way down just to shatter my dream wedding to the one I love,  she has stolen my joy and robbed me of my forever after. 

Now tell me why I shouldn’t kill her or do you still think I’m crazy?

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I am Hummulikhair Aderonke Lawal, a graduate of the Department of Mass Communication Fountain University Osogbo. I believe that versatility will take you anywhere so I decided to be versatile. I am a presenter, a voice artist, video editor, audio editor, graphics artist, writer and I am now a blogger. All pictures and graphics here were designed by myself. Thanks for stopping by😍💞💝💗💕

39 Comments

  1. You shouldn’t kill her, cause she has just saved you from forever pain, she has just helped you from bringing your children to this world to suffer for the mistake of their parents. Although it may be painful but the truth is, Aunty Tinuke is your life saver.

    1. Aunty Tinuke is indeed a life saver , although it it might hurt at that moment, but who knows what might happen after the wedding, don’t be selfish because of your love for a guy who might later leave you for another Person , think about the health of children when you later give birth to them, don’t let them be punishment for your disobedience, as there is a saying that every disappointment is a blessing

  2. Aunty tinuke is not your enemy. She’s a
    Life saver… Why dont you sit and think.. When all your life savings is being spent on your children… Due to incompatible genotype…. She saved you from forever sorrow.

  3. Tinuke might have just save both of you from a life long trauma.
    But wait ooo, Should genotype be a factor in Marriage.

    1. Hmm, it’s not the main factor but one of the major factors! It’s necessary to avoid any trauma that will definitely wreck love and marriage! Thanks for your comment

  4. You killing aunty Tinuke won’t be the solution, what if you later marry the so called husband to be, you both have children and the end you loose them all, you wasted ur time, your being a mother etc. At the same time aunty Tinuke should be blame too cus she should have asked you two to do that before picking a date. Nevertheless killing her is not the best solution

  5. Nah she is a nice person n someone dat has ur interest at heart, killing her will do u no good it will only consume u n bring out more madness n resentment so aunt tinuke actually saved u n ur unborn kids so go thank her instead of thinking about revenge n killing her

      1. Anty tinuke is a life saver…. Am a victim of genotype issue… Tnk God we get 2 knw about it earlier and we make the biggest decision, whc was to go separate ways…. Am now an advocate of Knw ur genotype earlier n save urslf 4rm emotional trauma…. Nyc 1 khair.

          1. Killing her won’t be the solution, in as much as i won’t support the marriage if i were in her position too. I think technology has advanced and permit this marriage at the risk of both couple and depending on their faith. Genotype of a foetus can be examine, if SC, then the faith comes in here, the only best option is to terminate but we never can tell what has been destined upon her. Some will see it as a sin while some won’t.
            Since she knows this before her wedding, it’s better to pull out than taking the risk. Thought it’s good to take rid but not at the expenses of one’s life

  6. Tinuke just saved a minute percentage of the nest generation…the saga is no doubt a painful one, ignorance as a price to it which increase in value in a matter of time. Tinuke doesnt deserve to die…
    Story so short yet talk about alot..well done👍

  7. As for me, killing her is not the best option for you. although it might really pain you but she just helped you out of another everlasting pain… initially it is expected from you to get mad at her but remember she is your sister and I want you to believe that she did that not to hurt you but to show you how much she loves you

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