Some men behave in a very suspicious way and this makes their wives or girlfriends very nervous. Such men refuse to explain their problems to their girlfriends and rather prefer to keep secrets from them until they are eventually exposed. It causes a lot of disappointment for their partners when the secrets they spent a lot of time hiding eventually come to the open.
A lady identified as Chiamaka has revealed that she dated a man for two months but noticed that he didn't like hanging out at restaurants or public places. According to her, this made her think that he had another lady until he went missing and she found out he was arrested by EFCC. The lady also asked how the man was a wanted criminal and still have time to woo her.
This caused a lot of reactions online and below are some of them:
The lady must have been very disappointed to find out that her boyfriend was a wanted criminal because it would bring a bad reputation to her. It is also surprising that the man would be interested in the lady despite being wanted by the authorities. It is a shame that the lady was deceived for a long time without knowing the true identity of her boyfriend.
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