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'I never slept with any man, not even in my dreams' - 90-year-old virgin to be immortalised in Akwa Ibom

A 90-yeaar-old virgin identified as Agnes Udofia from Ikot Udobia in Etinan Local Government area of Akwa Ibom State will be immortalised in Akwa Ibom State.

According to Punch, Udofia is a great woman who spent her whole life caring for children who were not hers. She took care of over 50 children who mistook her for their biological mother.

A businessman, Mr. Fabian Udoh, who was trained by the kind virgin, said he was happy to be in the village to honour Udofia.

He said since he was a kid, he never saw Udofia cultivate a relationship with any man  He noted that Udofia raised the children of other people.

“She has touched the lives of over 50 children. I have always known her not to have any relationship with any man.
“We are proposing a foundation to immortalise her. We all came home today to celebrate her now that she is alive. It will make no meaning celebrating her after death. She gave most of us life and we must celebrate her  when she is alive,” he said.

When Punch asked Udofia about her husband, but she replied that she never knew any man in her entire life. She said she had never been married, and had  no boyfriend when she was young.

She said,
“I was born partially blind and so, no man saw anything good in me. So, I grew up without a man. I have never slept with any man as far as my memory can carry me, not even in my dream.”
Udofia said that her belief is that she was created by God to live and die without a husband, child and anything to call her own.

She explained that she saw things in and around her as normal, adding that she did not hate men and believed that men hate her.

She said, “I live my life the way you see me. No feeling for a man. I don’t see it as abnormal.”
Udofia, who said she enjoyed taking care of little children, added that she did not have a business of her own.

As for the children she trained, she explained that their mothers often dropped them with her when they were going to farms, markets or stream.

 “I would take care of them until they returned to take their children. I feed them and keep them happy as long as they stay with me,” she added.

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