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6 Desperate Steps A Nigerian Girl Would Take To Get MARRIED

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As soon as an average Nigerian girl passes the age of 27 and is still unmarried especially when her friends are already settling down, she starts feeling the pressure. Pressure heaps on her to drop her last name for a new one. Societal and family stance on the marriage issue doesn’t help either, hence an average Nigerian girl goes into a frenzy and some of them would do the most crazy things to make marriage happen for them. Information Nigeria in this piece brings to you 6 rather desperate steps a girl could take to get hitched…

 

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Endorsing any man: Whether the man falls into the category of people they like/want stops to matter and all that matters is whether the man is willing to marry them. They tend to overlook intricate details of the man and focus on making the man propose.

 

Pretense: They become someone else – they transform themselves to suit the likes and desires of the man and hide all their flaws and weaknesses just so he’d she’s the one for him. She would also pretend to be blind to all his flaws and would never argue with him, making him believe she does not nag.

 

 

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Trapping him with pregnancy: Many a-times, this doesn’t work. Even if it works, the end is never the best. In desperation, aging ladies would deliberately get pregnant for a man thinking it would force him into marrying her. Some marriages in Nigeria today came into existence with this old school method.

 

 

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Luring the man: Some women would either just frustrate the man into marry her by tormenting him everytime with ‘when are getting married tales’, making every conversation revolve around tying the knot, proposing to take care of the financial cost of the wedding, threatening to breakup with him if he doesn’t propose (this backfires more often than it works).

 

 

Befriending his family: This one is very common. She makes his family fall so hard in love with her by buying them presents, cooking delicacies, washing and cleaning, etc. The whole idea is to make the family put pressure on him to marry her.

 

 

Becoming VERY Spiritual: She becomes very close to Jesus, not missing a day of church service and vigils, joining a department in church like ‘Ushering or being the lead vocalist in the church choir, all to win an unknowing brother.

Who can blame them, when all these Nigerian men want is to get milk for free and refuse to buy the cow. Some of them would literally start to fidget when the issue of marriage is brought up…

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  1. frank

    February 3, 2016 at 9:26 am

    this is really true

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The potential for iGaming in Nigeria uncovered

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There is a growing positivity surrounding the Nigerian iGaming industry. As the nation breathes a collective sigh of relief following the announcement of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), it’s hoped that many burgeoning industries such as the world of iGaming can be allowed to flourish and bring much-needed tax revenues to the country.

Many analysts within the iGaming industry believe Nigeria has the potential to become Africa’s iGaming hub. Its domestic market is already forecast to be worth $2 billion, due largely to sports betting and the fascination with Nigerian soccer stars overseas like Odion Ighalo at Manchester United. Meanwhile, the domestic penetration of smartphones is also recognised, with some 83% of the population now owning a mobile device.

Nigeria was also a major focal point during this year’s SBC Digital Summit Africa, which was understandably conducted virtually earlier this month. Ahead of the summit, experts enrolled in the event were asked to vote on which African country offered the best foundations for iGaming operators to thrive. Nigeria outperformed every other nation, with 31% of all votes labelling Nigeria as the country with the highest potential to make a real
success of its domestic iGaming sector.

Even South Africa, which has a well-established domestic iGaming market, ranked second with just 28% of the vote. Prospective Nigerian iGaming operators should certainly take a leaf out of the book of South African iGaming brands, many of which have cultivated a strong customer base through the use of incentives and sign-up bonuses. The vast majority of offers available at platforms like Casinos.co.za, direct gamers to the safest and most reputable
platforms.

One of the main reasons that industry experts believe in Nigeria’s iGaming potential is that it already boasts an engaged target demographic. Many of its young adults are already betting on sports like soccer and boxing, and there is a feeling that introducing them to casino gaming verticals would not be too difficult a stretch. Marry that with a growing number of smartphone users, which is predicted to reach over 140 million people by 2025, and you can
see the potential for iGaming apps and web applications to provide immersive, secure gaming
on the go.

Presently, the country has three separate bodies responsible for licensing online betting activities – the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC), the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML) and the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP). At the time of writing, online betting at a domestic Nigerian site is strictly prohibited by law. Loopholes regarding offshore operators make it possible for
Nigerians to play elsewhere, but it seems somewhat short-sighted for the Nigerian government to steer clear of creating its own regulated, revenue-making iGaming industry.

In a nation of substantial population, supporters of developing a domestic iGaming industry in Nigeria believe that the most would be a positive step, creating new career opportunities for everyday people. This could be in customer support, game development or any other facet of an iGaming operator. All the while, generating tax revenues for the Nigerian government and helping to breathe new life into the domestic economy.

There is a general feeling that Nigeria’s gaming industries tend to follow the same path as South Africa’s. The SBC Digital Summit Africa revealed that there has been a “seismic shift” from sports betting markets to casino games in the last eight months, including live dealer tables, that’s according to Sean Coleman, CEO of the South Africa Bookmakers Association.

Live dealer games seemingly “appeal to millennials” across South Africa. Dean Finder, CEO of Evolution Services SA believes the fact that live dealer games are “not gender biased” is an opportunity to reach out to female players, which are an often “unserved market” across Africa.

For these trends to follow suit in Nigeria, operators will need to build further trust in their
games and regulatory measures to curry favour with the country’s legislature.

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Civil Rights activist and former Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district, Shehu Sani has mocked the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration plan to lift Nigerians out of poverty.

Recall that President Buhari administration has constantly reiterated plans to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 10 years.

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However, the last few days have seen Nigerians discover warehouses where COVID-19 palliatives are stored by state governments which have led to the raiding of the warehouses by Nigerians.

Reacting to the development, the former lawmaker described the move to be the consequence of Nigerians being tired of having to wait for 10 years to be lifted out of poverty.

See his tweet below:

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Nigerians have expressed their distaste for the tweet posted by Festus Keyamo over the #EndSARS protests that has led to lives and property being destroyed by hoodlums.

The Minister of State, Labour & Employment took to his Twitter page on Friday morning to post a tweet that reads thus:

“This morning, I woke up and remembered the African proverb: WHAT AN OLD MAN CAN SEE SITTING DOWN, A YOUNG MAN CAN’T SEE EVEN IF HE CLIMBS THE HIGHEST IROKO TREE. Good morning, Lagos. Good morning, Nigeria.”

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A Twitter user identified as Adesina Oluwafemi berates the SAN for being a part of bad governance. “Mr. Keyamo. I am astonished at your statement. I am equally as old as you are if not older and I feel the pain of this our youth. I even have classmates that I can’t boast of. All these is because of bad governance which u are a part of“, he wrote.

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