Gist: “Help me thank God… I dun marry Oyinbo” – 32 year old Nigerian man, father of 2 says as he weds his Oyinbo cougar in Lagos (photos) See Here>>>>>>>>


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A man has just married his Oyinbo cougar in a court wedding that happened yesterday at the Ikoyi registry, Lagos.

He is currently trending right now on social media and he is said to be 32 years old from ondo state… He is a father of 2, children he had with his first “other wife”.

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Sources said he shouted:

Help Me Thank God…I Don Marry Oyinbo!!!

As if that wasn’t shocking enough, a guest at the wedding, Chris Ayo Joseph of Redsheet magazine, also said the man’s kids attended the wedding and during the event, when they called him “Daddy..Daddy”, the man replied in Yoruba disgruntledly ” E ma pe mi ni daddy mo, se e ti gbo”. (Don’t call me daddy, hope you’ve heard).

Read Chris’ rundown of what happened at the wedding:

Help Me Thank God…I Don Marry Oyinbo!!!
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Ba mi dupe luwo oluwa ooo.. Mo ti fe oyinbo, jesu seun” (Help me thank God, I’ve married a white). Those were the words of this young man while receiving a phone call, just after tying the knot with this white woman at the Ikoyi registry earlier today.
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Apparently, I was meant to understand that such thing happens almost everyday at the
registry. Young Nigerian men come in with different foreign “oldie mama youngie’s”, all for the Paper’s and the Chedda. It’s more a like trend!
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Obviously, the desire to get a “by-fire-by-force green card” has really blinded alot of Nigerian men or how else does one explain why a 32 year old man would bring home a foreign grandmother for marriage without the elderly in his family berating him.

Honestly, I thought the Yoruba has got culture. What has happened? Because the man in question is a Yoruba man, from Ondo State precisely. 😩
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As a matter of fact, i was also rightly informed that the young man is married with two kids. Guess, his wife travelled or something, but his kids were present at the court wedding. And from where I sat, I overheard the kids calling him “Daddy..Daddy”, and the man replied in Yoruba disgruntledly ” E ma pe mi ni daddy mo, se e ti gbo”. (Don’t call me daddy, hope you’ve heard). At that point, i knew something funny was going on.
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But then, on a more serious note. Have things become that bad that Nigerian men have to be deceitful?😕 Truly, wisdom is profitable to direct!!! __________________________________________
#Myopinion #notnormal #naija #NigerianMen #nigeria #lagos #yoruba #ikoyi #marriage #love

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