Broken-hearted man in tears; pretty lady dumps hims after he paid her school fees to graduate

Broken-hearted man in tears; pretty lady dumps hims after he paid her school fees to graduate

A broken-hearted man is in tears following the ingratitude of his girlfriend who he catered for and paid her school fees to undergo hairdressing training.

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The man also built a container for her to start selling provisions and has been providing for her in the past three years.

However, following her graduation, the lady has been avoiding her boyfriend.

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''There is this girl I met three years….fall in love with her and decided to put her into trading.(hair dresser) Thank God she is now a graduate and is working to earn money.. I have also made a container for her which she is using as a part time work….she has now change in such a way that, when I call her she reject my calls and I don’t know what I did to her,'' he told celebritiesbuzz.com.gh

He continued: ''Three days ago I met her with one guy coming out from a hotel but decided not interfere them…I ask her and the reply she gave me was ” I should have known better” meaning I was never her type and that she was only managing me….the most painful aspect is that in these three years I have decided to be truthful and loyal to her by respecting what their church says…..no sex before marriage and I have also waste alot of money on her… I need help…''

Broken-hearted man in tears; pretty lady dumps hims after he paid her school fees to graduate

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