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“My Wedding Has Been Slated For December, But I Don’t Really Love This Lady” — Man Seeks Advice

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An anonymous Nigerian man is in need of advice from the general public, on how to deal with his current situation about his upcoming wedding that has been scheduled on December 20, 2020.

According to the man, he met this lady through his mother, who has a good relationship with the lady’s mother.

He further stated that, being the only son of his widowed mother, it has made it so difficult for him to turn down his mother’s request.

Even though he never for once had feelings for the lady, he had no option but to marry her as his mother insisted.

However, the lady is already two months pregnant and her family has been calling him to carry out the necessary rites that are needed to be done, as their marriage date has already been fixed on December, 20, 2020.

Read his story below:

Actually my wedding has been slated for December 28 this year, but my I don’t really love this lady. I know it is absorb for a mature guy to be talking like this; but I won’t lie to you, I don’t love her.

I knew her through my mom who happens to be her mother’s friend and they attend same church. I am the only son and this has really made it so difficult for me to refuse my mum’s request because she is a widow. As stupid as it sounds, this lady is already pregnant and that was why the marriage preparation was hastened.

We have barely known each other very well before this issue of pregnancy pooped up.

The truth is that I don’t feel anything for this lady now and am really afraid that if I go ahead and marry her, I will never be faithful to her and that is not what I bargain for in marriage. Just two days ago, her parents called me to know when we will be coming home together because, we are living together though I haven’t paid her bride price. She is two months pregnant And I believe her people knows already that was why they pushed her to come stay with me so as not to stay with them. My mom and siblings knows too.
Please am really feeling so apprehensive each time I remember that am going to marry her. She didn’t wrong me, but I don’t just passionate about her. Please I want to know, will it be right to ask her to give birth while I take care of the baby till maturity while we go our separate ways? Am really confuse. I know it is not a good thing to do, but I don’t want to marry a woman I don’t love just because she is pregnant for me. I’m confused right now.

 

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“A Nigerian Boyfriend Has More Responsibilities Than A Father Of Three In America” — Man Claims

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A Nigeria male twitter influencer has caused stir on social media after he shared his opinion on what it takes to be a boyfriend in Nigeria.

The man identified with the username, MAKANAKI,  claimed that a Nigerian man, who is in a relationship with a Nigerian girl, has more responsibilities more than a father with three kids in America.

He tweeted;

  “A Nigerian boyfriend has more responsibilities than a father of three in America”

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His tweet generated some replies from twitter users. Below are a few replies

 

@Irunnia_ commented

This!!!

*You go pay babe bill

*You go buy take away for her friends wey dey chop like Kung Fu Panda

*You never marry her but her mama go dey tell you “you don’t even give me money is it when you marry my daughter you will give me money? ”

*You go give all 7 of her siblings money

 

@qudus593 commented

The subtle truth in this sha 🤔 that’s how a friend said most Nigerian guys that go abroad complain about how they have seen a less financially tasking set of women but you never see Nigerian ladies go abroad & complain that they are treated worse in Nigeria 😅 I tweet in peace

 

@tosinlazyboy commented

I think most of us guys take up the responsibility of father figure or spending on our Girlfriends just to feed our Ego. “Something like she was nothing when I met her”

 

@Imaobon07489062 commented

Makanaki…what is it..Truth be told That is y so many ladies ain’t married yet…. Cos the guy be wondering,if dating is this expensive..what will marriage look like Babes, mk una hustle o…so that guys no go dey use us as topic for their timeline

 

@hanameisarik replied

Because the Nigerian boyfriend is more shortsighted than an American boyfriend. He sees the relationship as an avenue to show his ego; acting as if the gf did not have anything or was not anything before he met her. So by forming father of responsibilities, he feeds the ego.

 

@SamuelGalax replied

I swear down bruh. Money for hair, data, morning afternoon night food, money for Uber or Taxify, money for taking her friends out, money to buy clothes and accessories, omooooooooooo

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