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– A Nigerian called Ola has lambasted a man for coming to her DM to woo her

– The lady said the man lacks culture and the skill to proposition a woman

– In the screenshot she shared, the conversation went from harmless to a verbal war

A Nigerian lady with the name Ola and twitter handle @iam__Ella has called out a man who slid into a direct message to woo her.

The lady did a screenshot of the long conversations they had and how everything turned awry, degenerated to name-calling.

In one of the screenshots, the man said he is Moshood from Ibadan but his friends call in Morgan. The man said that after he considered her worthy after he checked through his 20,000 followers on Twitter.

After the lady told him in a part of their conversation that he lacked the basic know-how on wooing a lady and sound desperate, the man said that she is rude. From there on, their conversation became a name-calling game.

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See the tweets of the screenshots below:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular social commentator and activist, Reno Oomokri, has again spoken on relationship matters, telling men the kind of woman they should marry.

Reno said that a woman with a car, human hair, iPhone, jewellery, expensive shoes and high taste in food without a rich family or income or any business that shows she can afford them is a not a woman fit for marriage.

He said such a person cannot be the one except the devil wants to set a trap to end the man. He said that kind of woman can be likened to a panther who consumes one’s value.

The social commentator asked his male followers to consider things carefully before they jump into marriage if they do not want to regret their decision and weep.

He said: “Look before you leap, or you will rue and weep. Marriage to a panther is damage, not marriage”.

Twitter lady buys a house for mother after 10 years of hard work (photo)

In other news, Popular Nigerian politician, Dino Melaye, said that everything he owes his wealth to hard work and not government contracts.

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He said this during an Instagram live chat with Dele Momodu of Ovation. When the media guru asked if he does not have anything to hide, Dino said that he is perhaps the most investigated Nigerian.

The politician said that he has on many occasions invited men of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to look at his wealth.

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