- A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Ikhuoria__ has recounted how he was betrayed by his girlfriend and his friend
- According to him, the betrayal happened when his friend accommodated his girlfriend in Warri when the latter had an interview and needed a place to stay
- @Ikhuoria__ reveal on social media that his girlfriend and his friend are now happily married with two kids
A young Nigerian man has taken to social media to disclose how his friend married his girlfriend after accommodating her in Warri where she went for an interview.
The tweep with the handle @Ikhuoria__ said the lady in question had an interview in Warri, Delta state, and needed a place to stay, so he connected her with his friend who lived there.
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After he gave his girlfriend transport fare for the trip, the lady set out for the journey that would leave @Ikhuoria__ heartbroken.
Instead of concentrating on the interview the lady in question travelled to Warri for, she decided to cheat on her man with his friend.
According to @Ikhuoria__, the lady and his friend are happily married with two kids.
Social media users flooded his comment section to react to the post.
"Nothing like soul mate. The friend betrayed him pure and simple. Many men have died for less."
"Thank you for letting God use you to start a family."
Below are other reactions:
@thecomic_guy advised others to put themselves in his shoes.
A tweep said it could be that the transport fare he gave her was not enough.
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In other news, a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @3yesharu has called on married Hausa men to consider marrying more wives, saying single ladies that are on the queue have been waiting endlessly.
The young lady from the north made the call to Hausa men that have been married for more than five years.
She wrote on her Twitter page:
"Arewa men that have been married for 5+ years I think it's time you start looking at us in Batch B. We are due for recruitment but the line is not moving."
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