- Sally Suleiman, a Nigerian lady and humanitarian, has stressed the need for marrying right as she advised men to be on the lookout for good women
- The lady said when it comes to choosing partners, widowed or divorced men with children should know their kids come first
- Sally added that men should never marry people who will cause division within the family
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A Nigerian lady, Sally Suleiman, who recently lost her brother, came out on Friday, September 11, to advise men not to marry a useless woman.
It should be noted one cannot say for sure if the sad news of losing a loved one is connected with the advice she churned out on Twitter.
In the said tweet, she passionately begged men with God, telling them that if they have a child and are divorced or widowed, they should never go after a “useless woman”.
The humanitarian went on to ask them not to marry a woman that would cause division in the family.
Sally told them to note that their children come first before any woman they may want to go into a relationship. with.
She tweeted: "Dear Men I’m begging you with God. Like I’m on my knees begging. If you have a child and you are divorced or widowed please don’t marry a useless woman. Don’t marry a woman that will divide the family. Be sensitive to things. Your children comes first before any woman."
Her post got many reactions with people using the opportunity to share their own stories and likely experiences.
Read her tweet below:
Below are people's reactions:
Francois noted that identifying such women is a herculean task as they are sometimes of very good behaviour when the relationship starts.
Another Twitter user replied, saying the signs are always there.
Lanre Adeola narrated how his friend broke up with his fiancee after he took her to see his child.
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