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Should I tell her that her husband is cheating on her with her sister?
Publish Date: Mar 08, 2014
Should I tell her that her husband is cheating on her with her sister?
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Recently, a friend of mine called Eric told me my best friend’s marriage was under threat because her sister, Rosanna, was going out with her husband.
 
Eric insisted that he had met Rosanna and Maria’s husband together at odd hours.
 
One Saturday, Eric took me to the place where the lovebirds normally hang out in Buziga, Kampala. As it was getting dark, Rosanna arrived and sat in a dark corner.
 
 Half an hour later, Maria’s husband joined her. The two hugged, kissed, chatted a little and then went into a room.
 
I immediately called Maria and asked where she was and she said she was home. When I asked her about her husband, she said he had gone to office to complete an assignment he had to hand in on Monday.
 
I asked about Rosanna and she said she had visited a friend.
 
The lovebirds came out of the room at round 2:00am and staggered into a car I later learnt belonged to Maria’s husband’s friend, and drove off.
 
Eric told me this has been going on for over a year.
 
Rosanna lives with Maria and her husband. Maria has been taking care of Rosanna ever since she was in O’level and she is now at university.
 
I want to tell Maria about her sister and husband’s affair, but I fear to break her heart, yet the more I think about it, the more bitter I get.
 
How should I go about it?
 
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