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Meet the girl that said Nigerian men cant date her,her Daily upkeep is ’50’ k-see what people are saying.

Nigerian women are sometimes accused of always depending on their boyfriends and partners for things they should ordinarily be able to provide for themselves, and the reason for such accusation is because of women like this one right here.

This lady here goes by the name Chioma Pearls on TwitterNG and she took to her twitter account to make some declarations about the kind of men that can and cannot date her. She also gave a reason behind it.

She claims Nigerian guys can’t date her because her daily upkeep is a whooping fifty thousand naira, and she doesn’t repeat clothes.

Can you imagine, fifty thousand naira just because you’re dating her.First thing I would like to point out is that, Nigerian men are hardworking men. They work hard for their money and treat their women right. I’m very sure that the only reason why this lady feels that Nigerian men can’t date her because her daily upkeep is ’50k’ is because Nigerian men are not stupid.

Some girls think dating and being in a relationship with a guy automatically means he should be giving you money like an ATM machine. You have hands and you’re not handicapped in any way, so why not make your own money and spend any amount you wish to on yourself everyday ? Why must it be that a man has to give you everything ?

Real women don’t wait around for no man. They work hard, and support their boyfriends instead of turning them into ATM machines. Only lazy women and ladies with no honor and pride can stoop so low to make such degrading statement on social media.

Her comments incured the wrath of Nigerians as many people called her lazy and jobless.

See what people had to say to her

I love the last question here, “what will you bring to the table?”

Many ladies have absolutely nothing to offer in relationships other than that usual thing, you know what I’m talking. Remove that, and they’re useless.

This Chioma Pearls really needs help.

Or what do you think ? Can you date her and give her ’50k’ daily ?

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Meet the king of Beggar that own five houses, 20 cars, and a water Company.

Alhaji Umar Dikko is a poor man, but it is a big difference to other faiths. He is the Emir of Morocco in Ajegunle, Lagos State. Despite his disability, Alhaji Umar owns a wealth of assets and has four wives and 18 children. He has five buildings in Kano State.

Describing his disability, Alhaji Umar Dikko said that this happened to him when he was only three years old. He used to wander the streets to find something to feed himself for his parents’ release.

“I lost my leg at the age of three because of polio. My parents and other family members didn’t care about me and cared about me. My mom is struggling and has seven kids. At the age of 6, I started to look after myself because I couldn’t get the money. One of my cousins ​​goes to the market to beg me but the money goes to our mother who cares for us.

“When I was 15, I decided to come back to Lagos. It was after my arrival that I met the Hausa people at Agege and we went out together last year. But there is someone who gives us a day’s sleep, who takes all the money we earn and gives us only food.”

“After three years with him, I moved to Ajegunle where I met one of my hometowns. He is my Englishman but I owe him a portion of our income. It was then that I began to save my money so that I could buy a rental car”

“Then I bought another car from which I started the transportation business. I have more than 20 vehicles traveling from Lagos, Kano, Abuja, Kaduna, Jos and other northern states.”

Dikko said he moved from here to Kano where he built a house and put tenants in it. But it also didn’t stop last year to make it look like a business.

He then built four more houses, renting two and putting his four wives and 18 children into it. According to him, he has done the pilgrimage three times and is looking after his family properly.

“In the last five years and ago I was appointed king marokan Ajegunle and I watch the events last year to mediate between beggars. But I have stopped begging now. ” he said.

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