This is such a dilemma

@waflay (2730)
Nairobi, Kenya
May 7, 2016 1:34pm CST
This man gave a testimony of how his wife disappeared about twenty two years ago never to be seen again.He searched for her everywhere and when it was obvious that he could not find her,he decided to take the sole responsibility of raising the three children that they had together. So after his children grew up,became independent with only the last-born being in the university,he decided to move on and remarry.He went on with the preparations and was looking forward to settling with his new love since he knew that he had responsibly and single-handedly raised his children into responsible. But when it was one week to the wedding,his first wife shows up from nowhere and comes back to his house like nothing had ever happened.This definitely threw this man off balance because what was he to do yet he had already finalized the preparations of his upcoming wedding. He of course wondered what her mission was since she had disappeared for so many years not even bothered if the kids were okay or not.What's more she looked like a stranger to her own children since she left when they were very young. So the question from this man was should he go on with his planned wedding and ignore his first wife who is just back with reasons known to herself or cancel his wedding and take her back as his wife?
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@JolietJake (51135)
• United States
7 May 16
There's no dilemma, she needs to leave again.
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@waflay (2730)
• Nairobi, Kenya
8 May 16
She will of course leave if the husband decides to move on with the planned marriage.
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@sharon6345 (130461)
• United States
7 May 16
Forget the first wife but,divorce her for reasons of abandonment and then marry the new love.
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@waflay (2730)
• Nairobi, Kenya
8 May 16
I would have advised him to do the same because the first wife opted to move out of the marriage.
@nomus24g (23616)
• India
7 May 16
First tell me, is it some kind of fiction you are writing n hence wants an opinion from us :D :) :P
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@waflay (2730)
• Nairobi, Kenya
8 May 16
This is a fact and it happened to someone I know in my country.
@nomus24g (23616)
• India
8 May 16
@waflay hmmm....quiet a tricky situation then
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• Jacksonville, Florida
7 May 16
I agree with the others, unless there was a medical thing going on-too bad for the first wife!
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@waflay (2730)
• Nairobi, Kenya
8 May 16
I think she needs to go back to her hiding hole for the very many years.