Saturday, December 31, 2011
Doctors discovered a pregnant virgin girl in Nigeria, was raped and Doctor confirms she is still a virgin
Chinelo, a fair- complexioned young lady, darting nervously between the floor and her hands narrated to Saturday Vanguard howher second cousin, Onyeka, put her in the family way. She had gone to her mother’s cousin’s housein Ihiala, Anambra state for her UME exams and had slept on the same bed with her second cousin,Onyeka.
According to her, she wokeup late that fateful morning and found herself wet with semen. She asked Onyeka what it meantbut he was said to have waved it off as nothing important. Chinelo, naive, accepted his excuse and moved on.
“I woke very late, very dizzy even his mother noticed and asked me whether I was feeling alright that morning. I toldher I was okay but when I went to the bathroom, I discovered I was wet but did not feel any pain. I asked him buthe smiled and waved it off. Idid not disclose to anybody. I just cleaned up.
“I finished my mensuration five days before then. I also wrote myNECO there but left after a week I finished my exams. I wentback to Onitsha, and on the 27th ofJuly, I came toLagos to my sister’s house.There I missed my period. I told her and she advised that we should wait for somedays, saying itmight be a shift,” Chinelo said.
Chinelo began to notice symptoms of pregnancy after a month.“A month later, I felt sick. My sister and I thought it was malaria.But what laterconvinced my sister was when I started vomitting. Our neighbour advised we should go to the hospital. My sister obliged and we went to General Hospital, Aguda. They even gave me money for thetest.
“It was on Sunday, so the lab personnel did not come. We returned home and went back thefollowing day. A test was conducted andwe waited forabout 30 minutes. When the result came out, they wrote ‘malarianot seen and pregnancy positive’.
“While waiting, my sister had alsotaken her sick daughter to see a doctor. Iapproached a woman sittingclose to me toexplain the result to me and she looked at me and asked whose result was it, saying it indicates pregnancy. When my sister came, I gave it to her and she askedhow come I became pregnant.
“I told her I didn’t know that I didn’t have a boyfriend. She took me to their head nurse who also is a counsellor. Shetried to convince me but I maintained my position knowing it was the truth.They decided to take a virginity test on me with the aid of a machine. The result came out and it wasconfirmed that I am still virgin,” she narrated.
Then the pressure came. The medical team and her sister probed furtherand Chinelo broke the ice saying: “I remembered the incident in my aunty’s house and I asked whether if someone waswet without making love could result into pregnancy? They asked me who was with me and I told them how I saw myself wet that morning when I woke up. I further told them how I drank the juice and slept off. I did not know what happened again.
The medical team and her sister concluded thatpregnancy could occur without a penetrative intercourse since her virginity was intact. But Chinelo maintained she had no idea of how it happened as she suspectedshe must have been drugged with the juice she was served after dinner.
In a raspy voice pausing briefly and looking down again, she continued, “They asked me to call him (my cousin) and tell him the situation to know his reaction. I did and I threathend I was going to tell everybody what he did if he did not tell me the truth. He pleaded that he would call me back.
He immediately sent a text massage to me, recommendingsome drugs toterminate the pregancy, asking me to go get it and take it immediately. I called him back asking him if he did not know anything about why he sent such message to me? I later got to know that everybody in the family took him on and he confessed to have done it.
Since then, he stopped picking my calls until last two weeks when I called him accusing him of causingmy problem.”
She stated that it was not the first time she would sleep on the same bed with Onyeka but insisted she did not know how he did it.
Chinelo has already gainedadmission to study Mass communication at Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State but she would have tosuspend her quest for further studies pending the delivery of thebaby sometime in March 2012, allthings being equal.