- Nigerians have reacted to the revelation of a doctor, Ugwunna Ejikem, about people who approach him for fake genotype results
- Ejike stated that some people do that to avoid getting married to their partners
- Mixed reactions trailed his revelation as people aired their thoughts on it
A Nigerian medical doctor identified as Ugwunna Ejikem has taken to his Twitter page to warn people coming to him to ask for fake genotype results so as to dodge marriage.
For the people who meet doctors to request for fake health results, it seemed to be one of the easiest ways to leave a relationship, especially one that they have been in for a number of years.
It could also be the way to wave goodbye to a lady that they have given their word.
Dr Ejike, who sees it as a form of deception, has advised people who know that they cannot be with their partners to act on time.
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According to him, if a person is dating someone that their parent will not allow them to marry for whatever reasons like their tribe, educational status, or even finances, he urged such people to let their partners know before things go too far.
He stated that it would not end well for the next person that asks him for a fake genotype or STI result to dodge marrying anyone.
As expected, Nigerians took to his comment section to react to his tweet.
Some doctors shared their experiences with such patients.
A lady gave genuine reasons why some people request for such fake results.
While another set of people express their displeasure about parental influence when it comes to choosing one's spouse.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady was offended after her boyfriend's family asked her to clean her makeup during their first meeting.
A Twitter user, Donald, took to the platform to share a story of a man who took his girlfriend home to meet his family for the first time.
The meeting, however, didn't exactly go as planned as his mother and sisters then asked the girlfriend to wipe off her makeup so they could 'see her face'.
The women went as far as offering her wipes to clean the makeup off but the girlfriend refused.
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