I was returning from work with my colleague one evening when my colleague suddenly asked me to take over the wheel. I told her that I couldn’t drive. She said that she was willing to teach me how to. I agreed reluctantly because the road wasn’t a busy one. About 20 minutes after I took over the wheel, we had an accident.
We rushed the victims to the hospital, but the okada man died a few hours later, while his passenger was unconscious.
With the help of my colleague, we paid the hospital bills and compensated the deceased family. They requested that we assist in the funeral, which I did. It wasn’t easy, but God helped me during that period.
A few weeks later, the unconscious man regained consciousness and said the only thing he will accept from me is that I marry him. At first, I thought it was a joke, but then he was serious. He threatened to sue if I refused.
So my lawyer said I should agree to his proposal and then file for a divorce later. I was angry, but then I had no other choice. So I told myself that I was going to make life so difficult for him that he would beg for a divorce.
After the marriage, I moved into his house. Then I found out that he was a very wealthy guy. The reason why he took okada on the day of the accident was that he had an appointment, and they were heavy traffic, so he parked his car somewhere and took an okada to enable him to meet up with his appointment.
The only thing I agreed to do in the house was cook because I need to eat, and I didn’t have the heart to starve him since he was still on medication. But then he never complained. So I also found out that he was a nice guy, but that didn’t move me at first, but after a while, I started liking him gradually.
When he had recovered fully, he said that he was no longer interested in marriage that he wasn’t going to force me into marrying him anymore. By this time, I had fallen in love with him. I started crying and begged him not to throw me out.
Today, we are blessed with two lovely children and are very happy together. Most times, our blessings come in the form of a disguise. So if you are not sensitive in the spirit, you might not know that it’s a blessing. And if you are not careful, you might lose the blessings without even knowing.