- A Nigerian man, Bright U Nkwocha, has told all singles ladies that men will always cheat
- Nkwocha said that with that understanding, ladies should learn not to get stressed out
- According to him, nothing will have ever change men, and ladies should only choose those that can take care of them
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A Nigerian man with the Facebook name Bright U Nkwocha has advised all singles ladies out there, telling them how to manage their expectations when it comes to men.
He said that ladies should not worry about men who would not cheat, because they would always do. He asked them not to be bothered about whether they are faithful or otherwise.
Nkwocha said that single ladies won’t find any man who is faithful, adding that if all the preaching in many churches in Africa has made men repent, nothing ever will make them stop.
The Nigerian man said that the best thing for a lady to do is to find a man that would take care of them irrespective of their faithfulness level.
See his Facebook post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that romance is a beautiful thing. It is the spice of a lovely relationship.
A Nigerian woman with the Twitter name Aunty Ada has revealed how Igbo men show their romantic side.
In a post she made on the micro-messaging platform on Friday, June 12, she said that Igbo men show how they love by action and not words.
So many people reacted to the tweet. While some ladies said they want an Igbo man, others had a lot to say on the contrary.
In other news, a couple whose wedding got all thwarted in Spain due to coronavirus have been given the biggest surprise of their lives as their workplace organized one for them without them having to pay a dime.
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Lisa Sellens and Shane White have both been working hard at Woodland House care home to save up £5,000 (N2,409,585.44) for their wedding on Monday, June 22.
After Lisa told some of her colleagues at work how the pandemic affected her wedding, they planned to give her one without informing her of their decision.
During the wedding ceremony, all the 20 happy guests were masked as people played different roles for the bride and groom.
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