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Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by KakaKiiza, Apr 28, 2011.

  1. KakaKiiza

    KakaKiiza JF-Expert Member

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    When a woman loves, she loves for real.

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    Mercy - I don’t want my boyfriend to go to jail; I love him

    STICHES cover her once beautiful face, while pus seeps from her severely cut ear. Her beauty has been tattered, and she may never look the same again.

    Despite all the pain she’s going through, 28-year-old Mercy Ng’uni is a woman in love, ready to forgive the man that almost killed her.

    Mercy, a Kanyama resident and a mother of three, narrates how her boyfriend severed her ear and sliced face with a bottle.

    “Nothing really happened for him to beat me up like this. He is my boyfriend and sometimes he spends nights at my place,” says Mercy.

    Mercy, a hairdresser by profession, narrated that on the fateful day, she knocked off later than her boyfriend name withheld, an issue she suspects may have triggered him to beat her.

    “On that day he came home at 18 : 00 hours and I came 30 minutes later. All was okay, we talked just as usual and he told me he was going to watch a soccer match at a nearby bar. 20 minutes later he came back. I wondered why he was back so early but he told me he couldn’t watch the game,” she says.

    “He later told me to prepare his clothes for the following morning and told me he wanted to sleep,” narrated Mercy. “He asked if we had locked the door so that we could go to bed. He later asked for water, and I gave him water as he requested.”

    Mercy said the man kept tossing in bed and woke up around 23 : 00 hours, wanting to go outside as he claimed he was not feeling too well in the house.

    “I refused to open the door because it was late. Instead, I opened the window and we started chatting. As we were chatting, we both fell asleep,” says Mercy.

    Mercy says around midnight, she felt someone hitting her with a bottle and she woke up thinking they had been attacked.

    “I just felt someone hitting me with a bottle and I immediately woke up and screamed that we had been attacked. At this point the bottle had broken and he told me that no one had attacked us and that he was going to kill me,” she says.

    Mercy narrates that her boyfriend started cutting her face with the bottle and cut her ear.

    “He started cutting my face while telling me that he was going to kill me, I screamed for help but the bedroom door was looked. I managed to grab his hand and that’s how he dropped the bottle.

    My daughter then rushed to open the outer door and our landlord broke the bedroom door to rescue me,” she says.
    Mercy says the landlord took them to the police station where the man was detained and she was taken to the clinic.

    “I went to Kanyama clinic but I was told there were no doctors to attend to me and I was referred to the UTH,” she says.

    Mercy says after she was attended to at University Teaching Hospital, she returned home only to find her ear on the bed.

    “I found my ear on the bed and I put it in the fridge so that I could have it stitched the following day,” she says.

    Mercy says the following day she called a medical personnel from a private clinic, who followed her home to stitch the ear, but it could not hold.

    “That’s how I lost my ear,” Mercy says.

    She says this is the second time her boyfriend has beaten her in the two years that they have been together.

    “The first time he beat me up, he bit me on the cheeks. My phone rang at night and as I was about to answer, the line cut and he got suspicious and started biting me on both cheeks. That was the first time ever he behaved violently,” she says.

    Mercy says her boyfriend was released from police cell three days after the latest the incident and has been begging for forgiveness.

    Despite all she has gone through, Mercy says she is more than willing to forgive him.

    “I don’t want him to go to jail; I love him. All I want is for him to assist me financially to acquire good medical attention,” she says.

    However, Mercy’s brother Emmanuel just wants her boyfriend to face the law.

    “I just want him to face the law. If my sister wants him back, that’s her problem. She should not come running to us next time,” says Emmanuel.

    Mercy is just one of the many battered women that suffer silently in the name of love. Many have silently died while protecting ‘criminals’ all in the name of love.
     
  2. The Finest

    The Finest JF-Expert Member

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    What you see, sometimes it's not what you get..
     
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    Am arround
     
  4. Chapa Nalo Jr

    Chapa Nalo Jr JF-Expert Member

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    Mbona ni pesa kwa sana tu, sio love for real bali kwa wachache mno
     
  5. Michelle

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    love is blind...:A S 39:
     
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    hapo kwenye red ndipo siri ilipo!! hela ina balaa sana aisee
     
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    Mike 1234 JF-Expert Member

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    i ill be back
     
  8. Nemo

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    Really Michelle!?
     
  9. Nemo

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    What a stupid woman, I feel zero sympathy for Mercy, love or not there has to be a limit......................urrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh !!!

    "The first time he beat me up, he bit me on the cheeks. My phone rang at night and as I was about to answer, the line cut and he got suspicious and started biting me on both cheeks. That was the first time ever he behaved violently," she says.

    Anyways, personally I believe that
    anyone who'll let such monster of a person to just walk, is beyond help!
     
  10. Michelle

    Michelle JF-Expert Member

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    am not sure Nemo, its hard to explain what this woman is talking about....so,i just gave the cheapest answer because i have failed completely to understand her....:disapointed:
     
  11. Elia

    Elia JF-Expert Member

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    Please don't go!
     
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    Maega Senior Member

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    For those who do not want to see
     
  13. AshaDii

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    Kwa upande wa huyo kaka I really believe in his own way anampenda huyo dada ila tu ana dark issues within him, zinazoweza kua backed up na maybe his upbringing or whatever but in short lazima ana psychological problems and deserves to be treated and punished!

    For the lady, it is so dissapointing, so frustrating and I can not personally say much for I really wish i knew and understand her; for i do not believe she is that passive ... I really feel for her, najizuia kumjudge but nashindwa kabisa kumuelewa... inasikitisha.
     
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    Mhhh, sina la kusema.
     
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    Ennie JF-Expert Member

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    Mercy,why?
     
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    The way the cookie crumbles.....
     
  17. KakaJambazi

    KakaJambazi JF-Expert Member

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    When a woman luvs, she luvs for rily. By R Kelly.
     
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    possibility, there is secret behind the scene. Labda huyo dada ni mwingi wa habari na jeuri u and me dont know! Alipoona jamaa ni wealth enough na pengine ni innocent ndo anamsamehe, sometimes women matatzo tunayatafuta wenyewe. Hata hvyo kitendo cha huyo jamaa ckiung mkono kabisa!
     
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