- A man recently headed online to complain about driving a far distance to meet a woman who much to his surprise was pregnant
- All was not lost for the man however because after he shared his dilemma, another lady reached out for him to meet her
- Locals were left laughing out loud by the post and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
A young man with the Twitter handle, @Kambi_Mohlala recently headed online to share a strange post about how he had driven all the way from Johannesburg to Pretoria to meet a woman who he discovered was pregnant.
"I drove 410km to Joburg to meet a pregnant woman...Guys I can't heal," he wrote in the post.
After spending years abroad, young Nigerian man comes back home with just 1 machine to begin block business
Not long thereafter it seems all his driving was not in vain as he then shared that he had met another woman who was eager to have a visit to his house. She also stayed in Pretoria so it all worked out in the end.
"Managed to find someone close by in PTA, on way @ayanda_yandiey_," he wrote happily.
Social media users have this to say about the questionable post:
"Mina I took a taxi from Joburg to Polokwane to surprise my then-girlfriend, I found her with a guy I did not have the strength to travel back to Joburg so I slept there on the couch, yes the guy slept on the bed with her so in the morning the guy drove me back to Joburg."
"Take heart, I met and dated this "woman" for 4 yrs online, was waiting she fly to Nairobi to marry her. Learned 3 days before her flight, she was a man from Lagos."
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a woman has narrated how she ended up finding the love of her life through a recommendation from her pastor.
It all started back when Treasure Lwantale wanted to start an organisation that helps single mothers, and she needed someone who could help her.
Lwantale reached out to her church pastor, Darryl Woodson, who then recommended a guy she ought to reach out to and consult.
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