I'm 30 employed and careless - Nigerian man searches for a wife on Twitter

I'm 30 employed and careless - Nigerian man searches for a wife on Twitter

Perhaps one of the greatest things to happen to the world is social media because it has made a lot of things possible. People have been known to take to different platforms to showcase a lot of things that were once considered strange.

Social media has helped make the world a smaller place as it has bridged the gap between people.

It has now become common for people to meet their life partners on the internet and this has encouraged people looking for serious relationships to take their search online.

A Nigerian man simply identified on Twitter as Nuruddeen (@Nurexmu) took to the micro-blogging site to search for a wife.

To make the search easier, he listed his qualities as well as to explain the characteristics he is looking for in a wife.

Nuruddeen explained in his tweet that he is a 30-year-old careless man that needs a woman who understands this and ready to become his wife.

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Interestingly, his list of attributes has surprised many Nigerians and as expected, they reacted to his tweet.

Many tweeps found it funny that Nuruddeen described himself as being careless, while others were concerned about the age gap of the wife he wishes to find.

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Hopefully, he would find the wife he is looking for.

Legit.ng earlier reported that a pretty American nurse, Kesley Baker, took to social media to share a touching post on emotional abuse.

The brave American lady has probably had enough as she recently took to social media to share her experience while urging people who are in abusive relationships to walk away as they deserve love and happiness too.

She took to her Facebook page to write a rather powerful and heart wrenching piece on emotional abuse, sharing details from her own personal experience. The post received major reactions on the platform and has since gone viral with over 80k shares.

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