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Secondary School Teacher Advises Nigerian Men to Go After Secondary School Girls

Friday, 21 July 2017

An English teacher at the Federal Science and Technical College, Akwa, Immanuel Ifediata has urged all Nigerian men to leave Instagram slay queens alone as they are not loyal.

He has advised all men to leave all these fine girls & older ladies alone, because they all have the “runs girl” mentality.

According to Immanuel, gone are the days when ladies choose their partners, based on prospects. He went further to disclose that ladies now choose their men based on wallets.

According to Immanuel, if you need a girl without the runs girls’ mentality and not yet ‘corrupt’, the man should go for secondary school girls, or those who just finished their WASSCE or NECO exams.

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In this era of slay queens and Instagram celebs, it is very difficult to find a single, decent, beautiful, intelligent, and mature lady that is worth settling down with.

Almost every fine girl now has the ‘runs girl’ mentality. Gone are the days when ladies choose their partners based on prospects. Now, it’s based on wallet. Working class ladies too have also developed this ‘runs girl’ mentality that ‘my man must reward me financially’ as if relationship is an employment.

I tell you, if you need a girl who hasn’t yet been corrupted by the ‘runs girl’ mentality, you will have to keep an eye on senior secondary school girls. Once the girl you like finishes her WASSCE and NECO exams, propose to her.

These young ones are very loyal and naive.

Last week, one girl I like in the unity college where I teach approached me after their WASSCE exam and told me she was hungry.

So I told her to go to the tuck shop and take anything she wants to eat. I expected her to consume, at least, N500 but by the time I came to pay the bill, the sales girl said it’s N100. I burst into laughter.

Go and catch them young. Leave the old cargoes for those who willingly decide to be their maga.

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via: INFORMATION NIGERIA

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