Lady Recounts How She Used Her School Fees To Pay For Champagne In A Strip Club

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On Twitter, a Nigerian lady shared a remarkable incident she encountered during a date.

She recounted how her date abruptly left, leaving her to foot the bill for the Champagne they had ordered, which unfortunately meant using her school fees.

She made the revelation on Twitter and wrote:
“Can’t forget the day this guy invited me to a strippers club, I got there he bought champagne N65,000 and after the whole thing he said we should go to his hotel which I refused, na so baba say he wan go piss na so e japa o and he never clear bills.
“I had to take from my school fees money to clear that bill. Charles I hope you see this and I just want to say your helper go leave you run💯.”
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In other news, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, the Minister of Women Affairs, has complained to the Inspector General of Police, Kayode Egbetokun, and has also requested a court order to prevent Abdulmalik Sarkindaji, the Speaker of the Niger State Assembly, from arranging the marriage of 100 orphaned girls.

She argues that the intention to marry off these girls is not permissible, as there are laws in place to protect the rights of children in the country.

The Speaker recently made public his plans to marry off these orphaned girls, who allegedly lost their parents due to attacks by bandits in the Mariga local government area of the state.

The Speaker stated that this act of marrying them off would be part of his constituency project.

He believes that this gesture will help alleviate the suffering of those who are impoverished. Additionally, he has promised to cover the dowries for the grooms and provide the necessary materials for the mass wedding.

However, during a press briefing in Abuja on Monday, Kennedy-Ohanenye strongly condemned these plans and stressed that a thorough investigation has been initiated to determine whether the girls have given their consent.

She said:

“I want to let the honorable speaker of the house in Niger State to know that this is totally unacceptable by the Federal Minister of Women Affairs and by the government, totally unacceptable.

“Because there is something called the Child’s Right Act and I said it from the onset, that it is no more business as usual.

“These children must be considered, their future must be considered.

“So I have gone to court. I have written him a letter and written a petition to the IG of police.

”And I have filed for injunction to stop him from whatever he is planning to do on the 24th, until a thorough investigation is carried out on those girls, find out whether they gave their consent, their ages, find out the people marrying them.”

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