Nigerian lady vows to spend 50% of her first salary on her boyfriend

Nigerian lady vows to spend 50% of her first salary on her boyfriend

The pretty young lady said she would spend fifty percent of her first salary on her boyfriend. According to her, the man has been her support system and has helped her financially when she did not have anything.

Eniola made this known in a series of tweet she posted on her social media page. She went on to explain how selfless the young man has been.

This outburst made people cheer her for being thoughtful. One person said having it in mind is enough as it does not matter whether she pulls through with the plan.

To this comment, she vehemently replied saying she would do it. From the post made, Eniola seemed to be changing jobs; it must have taken her a while getting the job as she could not let go of the fact that her boyfriend helped her and did not give up on her.

When I get my first salary, I’m spending 50 percent on my boyfriend – Nigerian lady says

People seemed to fall in love with the personality of the boyfriend after she revealed what transpired between them one morning as she was going off to the office.

Many people responded to her tweets saying they pray to have a girlfriend like her. The young lady is bent on paying the young man back with kindness.

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