Nigerian lawyer and ex-presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has revealed one pertinent question ladies should ask their admirers ahead of Valentine’s Day.
The award-winning Amazon book author warned ladies not to be too excited if a man asks them to be their val, warning them to ask what happened to his last year’s val.
Taking to his verified page on popular micro-blogging site, Twitter, the award winning author, wrote…
Dear ladies, “Don’t be too excited if a man asks, ‘will you be my Valentine?’ Before saying yes or no, ask what happened to his last year Valentine. If you are not bold enough to ask, do your private investigation. Don’t be his disposable Valentine”.
Dear ladies,— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) February 7, 2021
Don’t be too excited if a man asks, ‘will you be my Valentine?’ Before saying yes or no, ask what happened to his last year Valentine. If you are not bold enough to ask, do your private investigation. Dont be his disposable Valentine#RenosNuggets #FreeLeahSharibu
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