Cohabitation is a phenomenon pervading most, if not all, of the tertiary institutions (student) in Nigeria today. The practice is so rife to the point that it has become a usual way of campus life.
Cohabitation is generally seen as an act of a man and woman living together and sometimes having marital relationships without being married.
Those involved see nothing wrong with it. A cursory look at our various campuses today shows that a large number of unmarried students indulge in this act
This is a story of Ogechukwu Andrew, 20 years old, a second-year student of federal polytechnic Oko, Anambra State. as she narrates her story while speaking with Dominic
She said :
“I met this my good boyfriend back in secondary, school, we love each other, both of us agreed never to have s*x till we get admission into the university and luckily to us we got admitted to the same school. we lived in same room my parents never knew i was staying with my boyfriend in same room.
All this while he has never asked me for s*x, so one morning, i was very horny so i told him that i will like us to make love and he said okay. But one thing that confused me is that he insists on cleaning my private part with his red handkerchief.
I asked him why. He said that he can’t sleep with someone without doing so. I really love him so much, so i accepted and we continued our lovemaking session.
After everything, he tied the handkerchief in a black nylon, i asked him where is he taking it to he said he wants to go and throw it away i said okay.
He left till around 12 noon, i didn’t see him so i decided to call him to know his whereabout surprising to me his number was switched off I became worried.
So getting to 3.pm I started feeling something in my private part i decided to check, to my greatest surprise maggots are all over my private part. I am seriously in deep pains now i don’t know what is happening could it be it’s the handwork of my boyfriend? I don’t know what to believe now. She told Dominic.