Men You Meet In Shrines Are Far Better Than Those In The Churches- Nigerian Comedienne

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We live in dangerous and wicked times— you could practically be living with the demon himself or herself without the slightest wind of it. In light of that, online dating has become increasingly dangerous.

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Nigerian Comedienne Lepacious Bose is ringing this very bell. According to her, gone are the days where people safe and assured when they meet a guy in church, knowing he could be everything but wicked and dangerous. These days, men found in the shrines are better than those claiming to be Christians she says.

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“These days you don’t even know if you are dating a human being or a ghost; na so so dm and pinging toasting. You go don marry ritualist before you know.

“I applaud those who take the risk and end up with great spouses but the stories I have heard about online hookups are so scary. Generall,y we live in a crazy world now, you can actually live with a serial killer for years and not know, na make God Dey protect the person.

“I remember those days ladies would believe the guys they meet the n church would be the good ones, hiaaan these days the ones you meet the n shrine are better and even safer. At least with them you know what you signed up for…. like I always say TO THE WAYO MAN, GOD IS A WAYO GOD. Lord have mercy…. the things I have heard hmmmm….. it is well.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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