A well dressed Nigerian man was recently caught red-handed after he stole some clothes from a boutique and hid them underneath his attire.
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While many people would prefer to work hard to earn a living and live the good life, there are those who prefer the easy way out and those type of people aren't always lucky with living through their choices.
Case in point being a Nigerian man who was caught in an Abuja boutique. According to the gist, he was caught via CCTV hiding some clothes in his underwear.
This was after the salesgirl at the boutique located in Gwarimpa, went to notify her boss of the price they bargained for an outfit he claimed he wanted to buy at the shop.
Photos further reveal he was caught and embarrassed outside the boutique.
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A Facebook user, Gwen Divy Ifeson shared photos of the man and wrote: "He went into a boutique, priced their clothes, asked the salesgirl to go call her boss for them to agree on the final price. As the girl stepped out, he secretly grabbed some clothes, put inside his underwears and made to rush out."
In other news, when it comes to making a marriage work, the emphasis on staying faithful to one's partner is often stressed. For most people, having intimate relationships with anyone other than one's partner is often what they regard as adultery.
However, Reno Omokri believes it is often deeper than that. According to him, anyone who values the opinion of their pastors, friends and in-laws above that of your spouse, is also considered to be committing adultery.
He wrote: "Adultery is not only when you have extramarital intercourse. As a married person, when you honour, respect and obey your pastor, in-law or friend above your spouse, you adulterate your marriage and undermine spousal unity."
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported five years ago, Brooke Coleman’s life was that of a harsh reality as she struggled with homelessness as a pregnant single mother. However, she clinched to hope, kept her dream alive and determined to make it in life.
Brooke Coleman successfully opened her very own restaurant called Stuffed Enuff in Dayton, Ohio, in 2019 with tons of positive feedback from her clients. Prior to becoming an accomplished business owner, she went through unimaginable tough times.
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