No Short Men PLEASE: Nigerian Lady Hits Ether For A Husband

by Kim Boateng Posted on September 7th, 2017

Short guys don’t even bother to read this. LOL. A Nigerian woman, Becky Enyioma has taken to social media to search for a husband. While listing out the criteria for interested candidates, the woman asked short guys to buzz off. She wrote:

“It’s official. Preferably Igbo cause no energy to break cultural barriers. Must be tall. I can’t deal with short guys and their complex issues…soryee. Age between 40 and 45. I don’t need boys claiming to be men. Real men or get smacked down! Must be working. Have his own. No baby mama dramas cause I can’t deal. No born again fakeness either.

I booze now and again and dude has to booze with me. Lol. Should be a once-a-month night out. Dinning out now and again. Loves to travel. Loves to read. Loves cars. I don’t need any guy with brain the size of a tennis ball cause he’ll get electrocuted before he comes ten yards close. Signing off. Baba Jah noni.”

Photo: A Nigerian woman, Becky Enyioma searches for husband on social media

And so the “assault” on short men continues. LOL.

Very recently a Nigerian lady, @elizqueen stated her opinion on a micro blogging platform, saying agbada is not for short guys.
@elizqueen took to her Twitter page stating that the agbada outfit is not suitable for short guys.
She wrote said;

“agbada is not for short men, you guys, please stoppp”

A follower challenged her statement but she responded saying she is not trying body shame anyone but believes the attire looks better on tall guys.

As you can image @elizqueen brought out all the short agbada trolls on social media who made sure, she did not have the last word.

Lady In Wedding Gown Searches For A Husband With A Placard In Kenya (Video)

Nairobi, Kenya. Nairobi residents were on Tuesday morning treated a rare spectacle when a young woman advertised her urgent need to get a husband.

A courageous 28-year-old Priscilla Nyambura accompanied by her 7-year-old daughter walked around the CBD holding a placard telling all who care to read that they are in need of a male figure in their home.

To show how ready she was for marriage, Ms Priscilla Nyambura even put on a gown in readiness for any man who would be ready to take on the nuptial.

Her daring move has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans on social media:

“Lydiah Wathy Kweli nikubaya heee Wooiii I hope she finds a soul mate

Shania Jid May she find one soon in Jesus name

Hon Kinoti Mwirigi Tano Tenal

Favoured Esther Muso like seriously? ?

Lulu Power Take her in Nyoro number 2

Ruth Patrick Mungu amuonekanie_

Marie Waweru Woie my GOD see her through

Mary Kihiu May God see her through and fulfil that desires

Trizah Mwihaki Nduta Madness

kali Sirjohn Kariuki Like now

Richard De’prof John Mugo Njeri uyu mutumia rehe mburi

Anne Mwangi Chineke

Wanjiku Ole Mwangi Mary Wambui amepitia hapo kwenu!”

Photo: Priscilla Nyambura with her daughter

Of course, Priscilla Nyambura also brought out Nigerian trolls:

“jerseyboy: Child Abuse

MrBrownJay1(m):the hustle and desperation is real!!!! but why are they dressed in such a way?! are they masquerades?

Rtopzy(f): Is this for real?

jerseyboy:Child Abuse

dollytino4real(f): she should have written wat she can offer wen married. or na only to- to tins

femolacqua:grin I will make my own as well… grin

millionboi(m): Lol

Teewhy2: Na wa oooo, that is poverty at work. Assuming she is rich or an oyibo , she doesn’t need to go around with that placard before she gets a young guy that will want to marry for her money or to get papers.

Rockbel: Ok

horpeyemmi66(m): grin grin grin…Her villagers are definitely hosting World Cup in her brain. These Kenyans gang sef

yinchar: I definitely believe this is better than being an Olosho…. grin grin grin

ben4ever: While some are crying for divorce. Irony of life.

mikeycharles(m): Apostle must hear of this, she needs serious deliverance and counselling

IamKashyBaby:grin I will make my own as well… grin

jashar(f): grin. I thought Kenya had changed….grin

MrPresident1: Isaiah 4:1. And in that day seven women shall take hold of one man, saying, We will eat our own bread, and wear our own
only let us be called by thy name, to take away our reproach.

glosplendid(f): Odiegwu

SOPIGO: She Ku Ku ma do ‘m for Court so that she go just do sharp sharp registry there

joeace2020(m): Is it this bad? And no idiot should quote bible here or else i will find you and…”

Efforts by Nigeria Circle News to reach Ms Priscilla Nyambura on the phone were futile as her number was consistently busy.

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