Nov 28, 2008 News
A week ago, Julian Sahoye reported that he saw his reputed wife of three years, Shantie Seegobin, two nights ago at a residence at Better Hope.
He explained that he received a tip from his niece that Seegobin was at the residence in Better Hope and he proceeded to investigate.
He said that as he turned up at the Better Hope house, Seegobin was rushed inside of the house by residents of the home. “Dem tell me ah cyan see she,” Sahoye explained. He added that once the residents saw him, they told Seegobin to ‘run away’.
When he asked the persons at the house the reason for denying him the right to see his reputed wife, Sahoye was reportedly told that she did not want to see him because he is abusive. Sahoye maintains that he has never hit his reputed wife.
Compounding Sahoye’s confusion are the reports he received from the same niece that Seegobin was seen taking care of someone else’s baby and walking the Better Hope Public Road.
“Ah jus wan she fuh come home,” Sahoye said. “She does take care ah me and me small son an’ ah love she.”
Sahoye explained that he and Seegobin have been sharing a common-law relationship for the past three years.
The relationship began shortly after his first wife died and left him to maintain five children, whose ages range from five to 15 years.
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