A Nigerian bride stylishly has been seen teasing single people on the day she was to get married.
The lady rocked a white wedding gown and was on her way to the church for her white wedding when she looked into the camera and said it does not pay to be in love.
She sarcastically made use of some words which are often employed when criticising men on social media platforms.
”Na mumu dey love guys, men are dangerous, men are wicked beings,” she said while walking majestically in her gown.
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In other news, a Nigerian online vendor has bemoaned the current economic hardship occasioned by the shortage of naira across the country.
She lamented about turnout in sales and said she is considering discontinuing the business entirely.
According to the entrepreneur who sells footwears, she was fed up with the whole situation and was willing to sell her goods at any price.
In a video posted on her business social media page, the vendor who broke down in tears appealed to the public to purchase any of her items.
She said that because she wanted to close the business, and she didn’t want to give it all out or have them destroyed.
The woman said; “Please in the name of God, if you need anything from my page I beg you please just buy I am begging you. Even if you don’t need it, if it is something you can give out, buy. You can pay any amount you want to pay. I just want to put an end to the business; I am not doing again and I have so much stock I cannot go and give everything out and I am choked, I don’t want to go and destroy them.”
In reaction, olaedo_extra wrote: Omg! This breaks my heart!!! All we go through!!! All the clothes I designed for valentine??? None!!! Is a trying period my sis!!! Heaven will surely make a way for you!!! Don’t give up!!! The election! The cashless policy! Oooh heaven please help us.
@adaora09 said: Please take it easy Sis! You have honestly been doing a great job here. I love your marketing strategies and the quality of your goods. I remember buying 5 pairs of shoes from you on your last sales and I must confess again that your goods are of good quality. So please just hold on to your business and keep on marketing your goods. Please don’t give up because you inspire alot of people. Generally, Nigeria is in a critical trying time but all will be well soonest. Our God is gallantly on the throne and he is too faithful to disappoint us. What God cannot do does not exist. Sending you love and hugs.
@africanbutterr_ wrote: Some of us are just trying to be strong in business, business in Nigeria comes with so much baggage, sometimes you just want to give up especially when you can’t depend on anyone, or you don’t know how to ask people for help, I don’t even want to bothers you, I just want to sale and manage myself ..stay strong sis you will be fine.