- A Nigerian man identified as Muhammad Adam recently took to Twitter to share his take on a relationship issue
- Adam said he does not like the idea of his friend showing interest in his sister
- According to Adam, it is disrespectful and an act of betrayal for a friend to show interest in his sister
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Relationship matters are issues that are often discussed on social media by people who feel they have unique and interesting views on the matter.
Many times, relationships are formed by people who got to know themselves through unexpected circumstances or from someone known to both of them.
Well, a Nigerian man identified as Muhammed Adam on Twitter recently took to the microblogging site to share what he thinks about his friend taking an interest in his sister.
According to Adam, he finds it disrespectful and an act of betrayal for a friend to take an interest in his sister.
He wrote: “I actually find it very disrespectful and act of betrayal for my friend to show interest in my sister. Guys that have sisters generally do not like it for their friends to have anything romantic with their sisters.”
See tweet below:
When some Twitter users replied Adam that he only felt that way because of the kind of company he keeps, the young man responded that it had nothing to do with his kind of friends.
He explained that he just did not like the arrangement. Adam also said a good friend does not guarantee a good partner.
In his words: “This has nothing to do with my circle. There are people who aren't just comfortable with that arrangement and others who find nothing wrong with it. A good friend doesn't also guarantee a good partner. But if the girl wants, good luck but I am not involved in the arrangement.”
See his tweet below:
In other news, photography journalist, Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh, has been captured with a baby strapped to her back during the launch of a research report in Accra by the Alliance for Women in Media, Africa (AWMA).
The award-winning photographer’s maternal gesture at the launch of the report on the status of women in the Ghanaian media has been lauded as a powerful symbolic gesture considering the forum.
In the symbolic photo that is making the rounds on social media, Adadevoh can be seen with a child strapped to her back while going about her usual photography business during the AWMA event which was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at the Centre for African Westlands Auditorium at the University of Ghana.
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