Aunty A responds to the case of the fraudulent son-in-law to be!
Last week, I got an email from a confused mum whose daughter is about to get married to a seemingly fraudulent man. Didn’t get to read the story? Click here to find out more and find out my response below:
Your husband definitely has a point but I think its best you take it up with the young man himself. As a woman, you may be in a better position to deal with it in a gentle manner. Being less intimidating, he may be more open with you. Confirm if he has even told his fiancee and when he plans to pay. He may not have seen it as a loan. Do this underground to convince yourself before you bring it before your husband. Please quit worrying about what people will say. The bigger picture is your daughter’s happiness and marrying a fraudster will not take her there. Every other wants to see her daughter marry in her lifetime, but I do not expect that a secretive man who doesn’t keep his word would be one you would recommend for your daughter, asoebi or not!
Good luck, as you ‘deal’ with this delicate situation!