Nigerian lady shoots her shot at a fine young man on Twitter

Nigerian lady shoots her shot at a fine young man on Twitter

- A Nigerian lady has taken the bull by its horns on social media

- The lady, @NiolaPearl, noticed the presence of a handsome young man and she decided to try her luck

- In her tweet, Niola explained she would like the guy to call her his love

There was a time when ladies in the society were trained to be timid and shy away from male company. Well, those times have passed seeing as more ladies are now quite outspoken and are not scared to go for what they want.

Despite this commendable change in character, not many ladies find it easy to express their interest in a man, especially not on social media.

However, it appears one @NiolaPearl on Twitter is not a regular lady seeing as she recently took the bull by its horns and wooed a handsome guy on the microblogging app.

The handsome guy, Abdul had shared lovely photos of himself and Niola could not resist his charm as she expressed interest in having a relationship with him.

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The lady tweeted: "I opened this tweet at 08:07am, I stared at it for 13minutes, thought of a caption for like 45minutes and decided to tweet this at 000seconds. They called me NiolaPearl but I like you to call me LOML and call me later "

See her tweet below:


In other news, reported about a Nigerian lady who met the love of her life on social media application, Facebook.

According to Kerry S. Dagin, her intended had sent her a message on the app but she had not seen it. Not deterred, the determined man found a way to chat with Kerry through her business account.

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