A Nigerian man has shared his grievances towards his inability to find a woman to marry as all the ladies he meets keep failing his 'wife material' test.
While consulting famous relationship expert, Joro Olumofin, the yet-to-be identified man shared details of his test and revealed that ladies keep failing it because they lack discipline and he is ready to settle down and searching for the one lady that will pass his test.
The test, he stated required any woman he invited woman he invited to his house to fry him plantain. The major gag is that if anyone of them succeeds in frying the entire thing without having a taste, then they fit the bill, otherwise, they are not discipline and he cannot settle with such a women.
His post read: "Hello Joro where will I find a woman who will pass my wife material test. No girl has ever passed this test. I’m getting old. I want to marry. Please share on your blog joro.
This is the test; So I invite a girl to my place and ask her to fry plantain. If she can’t fry all the plantain and not eat 1 she is not a wife material. So many have failed this test. Some eat about 9 pieces before it’s ready: She lacks Discipline, she will fall for temptation easily, and she can’t maintain resource well. It’s very simple test but all girls keep failing. Why can’t it be easy not to fry and not eat 1. I prayed about it today in morning mass. Where is this girl? Are you out there"
Meanwhile, a social media user who was currently a wedding guest shared yet again, another worrisome story of a groom who arrived at the venue for his white wedding ceremony with an announcement that the ceremony has been cancelled.
The lady identified as @_haystar while sharing her experience on popular micro blogging platform, Twitter, revealed the identities of the couple. But many users believed its not about where the bride or groom came from but what really matter is the heart and motive behind it.
She said guests were already seated in the hall when the husband came bearing the disturbing news.
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