Councilor Sahr Mattia of Jaiama Sewafe, step father of Fatmata Juldeh Sesay, (nee Bah) wife of Abdul Sesay in America who has deserted her home to maintain an uninterrupted time with her boyfriends may not have been privy with the activities of her step daughter in the United States of America.
When this medium called on the Jaiama Sewafe Councilor to cross check whether he is aware that Fatmata Juldeh Bah has abandoned her matrimonial home, he said “I don’t know” and went on, “What I know is that they are friends and he helped her to go to America” The type of friendship he did not explain, but according to Abdul Sesay, both the step father and Mother, Madam Umu Jalloh knew about their relationship and the extent to which he has spent money on them, taking care of everything they requested from him until their daughter arrived in the United States of America and now that she has deserted her matrimonial home as a result of her involvement in extra-marital activities and violent behavior they are pretending as if the relationship that culminated into marriage was done without their consent and in darkness.
It is no secret that many Africans, especially males have suffered and continue to suffer in their hands of their female counterparts, once they are taking to the Western World. “Some men ended up frustrated due to maltreatment and the behaviours of these women that African traditions have no place for” Remarked a Foreign Diplomat who has spent considerable time working in Africa.
Fatmata Juldeh Bah reportedly arrived in the United States of America in February 2010, and between the time of her arrival to 30th March, 2010 she has threatened the life of her husband three times and on each occasion she uses a knife, which forced Abdul Sesay to remove all cutleries’ including knives from the Kitchen and kept them somewhere in the house.
The situation provoked a telephone call to be placed to the U.S Police by Abdul Sesay in the Washington Metropolitan area and it was after that episode Fatmata Juldeh Bah made a commitment never to brandish a weapon on the face of her husband. A document written by her dated 23rd March, 2010 reads “I Fatmata Juldeh Sesay have promised my husband that I will never grab a knife or any sharp object in the event we are arguing …”
This promise of not using weapon against her husband proved futile, taking advantage of the prevailing situation in the Western World that favours women than men, Fatmata started receiving lectures of how to be dishonest to her husband from her friend Ann Marie Kamanda in Virginia where is currently hibernating.
Ann Marie Kamanda lives at 6206 Lachine Lane, Apt. 204, Alexandria, Va. 22312 and from this hide-out Fatmata would communicate with the outside world, using either 571-331-6875 or cellular phone 571-357-8654.
Not only has she proved to be violent, but putting into practice lessons learnt from Ann Marie Kamanda, and how to live a life that society does not appreciate. In this edition are emails from Fatmata to her male friends who used to pick her up for a night show, and when caught by her husband, she put up a fight inviting the police.
It is not known whether her behavior has been explained to Councilor Sahr Mattia or her husband Abu Bakarr in Sierra Leone, whom she was legally married to prior to her departure. He work permit expired in November 2011, making her ineligible to work in the United States of America. Report made by Abdul Sesay to the Immigration and Naturalization Services, cancelling all documentations and filing on her behalf is under serious observation. She is reportedly hibernating in Virginia at the Apartment of Ann Marie Kamanda and sometimes would spend weekends with her male friends, while Abdul Sesay, continues to receive threats almost on a daily basis by her friends who have hypnotized her to believe that in America women have the powers to keep men behind bars for good.
Sources in Sierra Leone have alleged that the violent behavior showcased by her in America is nothing strange to friends and colleagues back home, when they recently learnt about her. As a member of one of the Theatre Groups in Sierra Leone, Fatmata used to quarrel with most of her colleagues and put up fight with them, to the extent of disrupting rehearsals. The adage “A Leopard hardly drops its spot” is evidently demonstrated by her in a foreign land, where much was expected from her. Meanwhile reports state that Immigration Officials are taking a close look at reports filed by her husband.