I’d leave her – Jimmy Newtron
I’d leave her and live with it as there’s absolutely nothing I can do. I have the right to sue her though; that’s another option and she pays for damages. Suing her will be double burden for me because I’d be spending too much money. Of course I know I would surely win as it’s a crime for her to knowingly infect me. If it was a mistake, I would walk out of the marriage. But I’m 100 per cent sure that she won’t do that to me.
I’d be stuck with him – Kanmodi Nana
Since we are both infected with it and I got it through him, I won’t pack out of the house because packing out of the house won’t cure the disease. I will be with him to take care of ourselves together, as we all know that in our society, those with HIV are mostly treated differently. Come to think of it, there are so many ways of contracting such disease, not necessarily through the act of infidelity. He may have been infected through other means. I will surely consider this so far I know the kind of man I got married to and hear his own side of the story. We are all human, it’s normal to feel hurt but it’s important to hear his side of the story so as not to feel guilty later.
I can forgive her because of the kids – Victor Kalejaiye
That would be bad if she can do a thing as wicked as that to me. I will cry out my heart knowing the implications of living with HIV, but honestly I don’t really think our marriage will continue. The only thing I can do is to put my life together and live it the positive way. I can because of the kids forgive her, but the love and trust won’t be strong as it was before she infected me.
Nobody will marry me if I leave him – Oki Josephine
We will live and die together of course. If I decide to leave him alone and start a new life, who will marry me knowing the fact that I have a terminal disease? Nobody will want a second hand wife not to talk of a woman with an ailment as strong as HIV. I will just accept it as my destiny and forever be with him till God do us apart. If I decide to kill him or sue him, his death will not change anything, it won’t cure the disease.
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