- A Nigerian lady, Ibdidunni Oluwaseyi Adefemi, asked her a man to send $1000 after he confessed his love
- After the request, the man who was so sure he loves the Nigerian lady stopped sending chats
- Ibidunni said that there are fake people everywhere, asking when love has ever helped anyone
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A Nigerian lady with the name Ibdidunni Oluwaseyi Adefemi has narrated her experience with a strange man who chatted her up, confessing his love for her.
She said that after the man had fallen in love with her writings, he chatted up on WhatsApp without permission.
Oluwaseyi said he had to ask the man if he was serious when he said “I love you” in his chat. When the man said he was very sure of his feelings towards her, the Nigerian lady asked that he credits her account with $1000 as a mark of assurance.
The man left her immediately after the request. Oluwaseyi said that the encounter shows that there are fake people everywhere.
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian woman, Olayinka Oyetunji, on Thursday, 16 July remembered the third-degree burns she had on her face and different parts of her body 23 years ago.
She said that the incident happened when she was 15 years old at exactly 7 pm. The woman said the first thought that came to her mind then was how she has been ruined for life and would never get a husband.
Olayinka, however, added that not only did she get a lovely partner years later but that she “married the best of men”.
The fire survivor said that when she met her man, he never asked any question about her scar. Two years after dating and she met her future mother-in-law, the woman asked her son if he noticed the burn.
Olayinka’s lover, now husband, gave a witty response as he said that he did not and will check if it is true and get back to her.
She said that nothing is too big to keep one down except one gives it the power to.
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