Nigerian tailor opens up on past life as a 'runs girl', reveals how she stopped

Nigerian tailor opens up on past life as a 'runs girl', reveals how she stopped

- A Nigerian lady recently recounted her past life as a runs girl

- In a lengthy post, she revealed how a kind boss helped her to stop leading such a lifestyle

- The deep, emotional words of hers touched many Nigerians and caused them to react passionately

A Nigerian lady identified as Ngo Sika on Facebook recently opened up on her past life as a runs girl. She spoke of how she used to engage in relationships with more men than she could count.

In fact, according to her, she hardly could remember the names or faces of some of those who patronised her. This lifestyle of hers continued till she met a kind boss who gave her a huge amount of money without touching her at all.

This kind act opened her eyes and made her realise that she was "too great to open her legs for any man with change." With this realisation, she decided to go to university. Amidst her fear of being broke and homeless, she has received a lot of favours from well-meaning people.

Nigerian tailor opens up past life as a 'runs girl', reveals how she stopped

Former runs girl opens up Source: Ngo Sika/Facebook
Source: Facebook

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Now, Ngo Sika is an accomplished fashion designer who has given up on being a runs girl and has resorted to honest living. See her post below:

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Many Nigerians have found this lady's story inspirational and touching. In several comments, they have encouraged Ngo Sika and praised her. See some reactions below:

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Recently, Nigerians praised a female Unilag student who resorted to selling fish at the market and being a fish farmer to see herself through school. Several people were happy that she did not yield to the pressure of being a runs girl.

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