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"I wish I can find love In this Condition", Nigerian Man Shares Photos Of His House On Facebook.

Oladej
By Oladej | self meida writer
Published 9 months ago - 0 views

Love is a beautiful thing. Some people believe that love does not look financial status but other s people believe that financial status have a role to play in love.

A Nigerian man has shared a post in his Facebook account to share his life as a single man.

The man whose name is Aliyu Ibrahim who is said to live in Niger state Minna.

The man made known in the Facebook post that no woman would date him and they would rather insult him because of his financial status.

This has caused him to worry.

The man prayed that God to make him be loved when he is rich since he is not loved when he is poor.

He wrote "I wish I can find love in my condition".

See the post and pictures below.

What do to think can he still find love? Let us discuss in the comments section.


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