Aisha Laar, the lady accused by her friend, Farida of snatching her man has finally spoken.
She bared it all in an exclusive interview with Northern Hibiscus, titled 'My Truth'.
Read her side of the story below...
|Khefren's father Toni (left with Khefren)|
“The victim (Deborah) lost her mother in 2010. Early this year, Deborah’s father was evicted from his home and he decided to send Deborah and his second child to go and stay with his brother, Vincent, until he settles down.“Deborah and her nine-year-old sister were living with Vincent and his wife, Rebecca, in
“I screamed for help, and, the next thing, I saw my wife on top of the reptile,
“We were close and we often discussed about his life. He was a brilliant young man and he liked helping people. He was in the habit of taking part in free medical outreaches and he loved to study.
“Despite his condition, he was still studying further. He ought to be rounding off his post-graduate studies which would have enabled him to become a consultant,” the young associate said.Although it was gathered that the deceased medical practitioner was a sickle cell anaemia carrier, the associate, who pleaded not to be named, said the deceased doctor sometimes had moments of mental instability.
“Sometimes it happened like a convulsion, and it even embarrassed him at his
"#FBFThe Journey to the Blessing of 22nd March, 2011 started 24th March 2008 and it is a destiny fulfilled. I recall that experience of missing my way at the underground train station in the United Kingdom. Meeting one handsome nigerian to help me locate my way out from the
|Nigerian vegetable soup cooked with tomatoes.|