- A young lady has unashamedly gone online to look for a husband, telling people what her conditions are
- The lady said she wants a man who lives in a country with a better economy than Nigeria and is not diseased
- While many Nigerian men asked her if people who live in the nation are not good suitors, others praised her confidence
A young pretty lady with the handle @Buneta_x has gone on Twitter to share what she wanted in a husband. Her conditions caused a huge 'commotion' online.
In a post she made on Friday, March 12, the lady revealed she is looking for a life partner and that the person must not be from Nigeria.
@Buneta_x stated that the person must be from anywhere with a better economy. On what she will be bringing to the relationship, the lady added that she is fertile and healthy.
Many men thronged her comment section to submit the qualities that make them perfect husbands for her.
See her post below:
The lady's post has got thousands of engagements. Below are some of them:
"Omo if you are a Muslim and you live outside Nigeria (somewhere with a functioning economy) and you need a wife, I’m available. Genotype AA, No generational disease and I’m fertile x."
"Haha this is funny but ,i love how she said her mind,sis may God give you ur hrt desire...myself 2..Amn."
"Presently in Iraq if u don't mind can I dm you."
"No dm me dear."
"So men in Nigeria don't make enough money wahala dey."
"Is that all you're bringing to the table. Wahala dey oh."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story. A beautiful lady on Twitter with the handle @adethayorr has gone online to ask men to woo her if they are interested in her.
In a Twitter post she boldly asked people to shoot their shot, telling them that there may just be hope for one person. Arguably, men are always known to do the chasing in Africa, the move by @adethayorr could go down as one of the confident moves by ladies on social media.
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Source: Briefly News