My Brother In-law Sends Me N1 Million Monthly, But I Does Not Want Me To Tell My Husband — Worried House Wife
A housewife says that her brother-inlaw sends her a million naira a month to support the family’s welfare, but she doesn’t know the reason for his generosity.
The husband is currently facing tough times, she says, and she is losing out on how to support him without telling him the source of his money.
Read her narrative:
Things have no longer been the same with us since his vigorous retirement.
Meanwhile, my husband’s younger brother has been crediting my account with 1 million naira per month for the past six months. He understands our present predicament, according to him, and wants to help. The only condition he gives me, however, is that I should not tell anyone, not even my husband.
Yeah, I appreciate the gift, but it should be stressed that my husband’s younger brother was my date from college school. After our school days, we lost contact and when I re-connected with him, it was on the day of my traditional marriage. It was too late, then, to change the equation with his brother, my husband.
To start a company now, my husband needs money and I am at a loss as to how to help him with the money that my brother gives me. Without letting my husband know the source of the funds, how can I help?
This problem has led to a range of questions as to why my brother-in-law does not want to explicitly offer and give me money to his brother and yet suggest that I should not talk.
I feel uncomfortable accepting his gifts without telling anyone, taking into consideration our childhood days. But I am constrained, because at the same time, we need the capital.
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