The hustle is real – Desperate lady says as she storms a mall to search for man (Video)

A young Nigerian lady has stormed a popular shopping mall to desperately search for a man whom she would call her own.

She posted a video online which showed her at the mall and she said that she’s not there to shop for anything because her only mission is to look for a guy.

According to the fine lady, the hustle to get a man is real and people should not lose guard, else they lose their man.

She also sent a message to other ladies that if any of their boyfriends or lovers should approach her, she would snatch them without thinking twice.

Watch the video below:

Reacting, itz_nejigram; No be to find man o my dear, ur attitude go fit keep am ni? 😂😂😂

iamquiny; Mk them no kidnap you 😂Otilo

christabelegbenya; People the divorce people the find man this life no balance😂😂😂😂😂😂

sandie_lolo; Thanks for the update, make I go wear cloth 🚶🏼‍♀️🚶🏼‍♀️🚶🏼‍♀️

georgeohwevwo; Na very sure location be this

amakaanagu; I’ll send my bf your way. There’s love in sharing.

just_uyomi; She speak in tongues sef

In September, Benue Pensioners, protested on the streets of Makurdi over backlog of pension being owed them by the state.

Members of the Association of Concerned Pensioners cried out for swift action to be taken to pay them as it is affecting their ability to cater for their family.

During the protest, the men said that commercial motorcycle riders commonly known as Okada men are taking their wives because they are unable to provide the basic needs.

A spokesperson for the group said; “This is for your information and necessary action. It is no longer news that the Government of Benue State is owning her pensioners 37 and 74 months pension arrears at the State and Local Government Levels respectively. Our backlog of gratuity remains a no go area and is totally forgotten.

“As a result of non-payment of pension and gratuity, pensioners are dying on a daily bases as most of them are on special diet and drugs but could not afford even a maintenance ration or drugs. This has caused untold hardship to pensioners, including the inability to afford decent food, Housing, payment of hospital bills as well as inability to pay children’s school fees leading to their being sent out of school by the school authorities, thereby frustrating their future.

“The concerned Benue State Pensioners have become scavengers, Refugees destitute and beggars on our fatherland that we served with zeal and meritocracies, if we do not beg, we will not eat. Because of hardship occasioned by non-payment of Pension and gratuity, we have lost our wives to Okada Boys, ‘because we are no longer economically viable to carter for them. Life has become miserable, meaningless and unbearable.”

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