- Popular Ghanaian actress, Efia Odo, seems to have found love
- The film star recently took to her social media page to share her thoughts on Nigerian men
- Efia said that Nigerian men are the best so far
Ghanaian actress, Efia Odo, recently got fans buzzing on social media after she shared her thoughts on Nigerian men.
It all started after series of photos of the actress and a handsome man made the rounds on social media.
In the photos, Efia was spotted being snuggled by the man. A fan identified as Charlie_dior took to the comment section to say that love is sweet.
“Love is sweet ohhh when money enter love is sweet”.
Efia reacted to the post by agreeing with the fan. She added that Nigerian men were the best so far.
See a screenshot of their exchange below:
The Ghanaian actress’ claim about Nigerian men being the best so far led to a series of interesting reactions on social media.
A number of people in the comment section seemed to feel that Nigerian men were only nice to foreign women. Others agreed that indeed Nigerian men were the best.
Read some of their comments below:
We the Nigerian men association accepts this your praise in humility.
Na the Nigeria men outside 9ja nai she they talk about o...the ones at home, you can even exchange them with onion right now.
Naija men are nice to foreign women.
Until things turn sour, 9ja men would always be the best.
In other entertainment related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian rapper, Ikechukwu, took to social media to celebrate his girlfriend as she clocked a year older.
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In the post which he shared on his official Instagram page, he said she was the beauty that tamed his beast. He also stated that she was his queen and prayed that the Lord would continue to bless her for him.
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