- A woman on Twitter is of the opinion that a lot of female students would go hungry if married men started being faithful to their wives
- @rutie_xx put the ladies that would be affected at 95%, a percentage many disagreed with on Twitter
- Conversations triggered by her tweets are polarised between those who agree with her and people who totally do not
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A woman with the Twitter handle @rutie_xx has stirred conversations online as she talked about married men and faithfulness.
She said if married men shun extra-marital affairs, 95% of female students would go hungry. She tweeted:
"If married men choose to become faithful to their wives. To be very honest, 95% of female student will die of hunger!!"
See her tweet below:
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Her tweet has raised so much controversy online that people are at loggerheads in her comment section arguing and trying to pick holes in her opinion.
While some people totally disagreed with her fact, there was a section of users on the micro-messaging platform who thought she tweeted the gospel truth.
Below are some of the reactions it gathered online:
"95%?? Where did you get this statistics from please?! Most students hustle hard, doing part-time jobs, ushering jobs, promotions and all, so saying 95%, nah."
"I strongly disagree to this statement because some of them are entrepreneurs."
"Facts only. Most of these students depend on them to survive."
"They will be force to hustle properly then. Women just need a someone to guide them on how to make money. I know young girls making money with forex, bitcoin trade, buying and selling dollars, selling wears, baking cakes and so forth. And they use it to survive."
"So, in other words, married men are saving lives in our campuses nationwide? This is unbelievably a possible reality."
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co. earlier reported that a lawyer, Annebrefa, on Friday, February, 21, raised an alarm on the 4000 divorce applications that were already filed this year alone.
She said that those applications were just those filed in the country's capital. Imagine if other states are factored in.
Annebrefa added that some of the marriages involved were just a year old. She ended by asking "What is really happening?"
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