- A Nigerian man, Nwoke Agulu, has said that he had to present a forged medical report to escape a wedding that would cost him R175 000
- Nwoke added that the lady he was dating asked that he must pay a R43 900 deposit because she would need to sell clothes for the ceremony
- The fake report he got showed that he is AS, making him medically incompatible with the lady
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A Nigerian man with the Twitter name Nwoke Agulu on Monday, September 21, narrated how he 'creatively' jilted a lady after seeing a huge wedding bill.
Nwoke said that everything went sour with the relationship when she told him that he would have to budget R175 000 for their wedding.
It did not stop there. According to him, the lady said that he would have to deposit the sum of R43 900 into her account for the expenses, adding that she would need to sell "aso ebi".
The Nigerian man said that to escape everything, he had to go to the hospital and forge a medical report that says he is AS, knowing that the lady also has the same genotype.
On seeing the report and knowing a marriage between two AS people is unadvisable, they both 'cried' and broke up.
See his tweet below:
As expected, the tweet drew hundreds of comments from people. There were some people who believed he should have talked to the lady instead of lying to her.
Below are, therefore, some of the reactions:
Someone pointed out the fact that going for a forged document was in itself a criminal act.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier a graduate wanted to thank his grandparents for giving him and his siblings unconditional love.
On Wednesday, the graduate, who was simply identified by his Twitter handle @pipozaire06, shared photos on the social media platform showing how he thanked his grandparents for their unconditional love.
@pipozaire06 decided to show his appreciation by giving their home a facelift. He captioned the post:
"Gave my grandparents' home a facelift... Easily a love letter to them for giving me and my siblings unconditional love."
Thousands of South Africans were inspired by the post and they applauded @pipozaire06 for doing something sweet for his grandparents.
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