”No sensible lady would want to marry a guy that stakes bet, lotto, and plays drafts” –Vivian Rora tells

No sensible lady would want to marry a guy that stakes bet, lotto, and plays drafts” –Vivian Rora Says

A Nigerian Twitter user identified as Vivian Rora, has shared her view on guys who have interest in gambling activities.

Vivian Rora, who is a known to be very controversial is once again on the nerves of men.

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Her latest assertion is likely to annoy men who gamble.

Men mostly enjoy betting and the staking of lotto, as well as playing the draft.

It takes hard work and deliverance to pull a man away from these things especially when they start getting money from it.

According to Vivian Rora, no woman, thinking right in her senses, would wish to marry a man who stakes bet, lotto, and plays drafts.

She didn’t buttress her claim that no sensible woman would marry a man who does all those things .

We believe when men get addicted to these things, they lose focus in life.

Vivian wrote that;

No woman in her right senses will want to marry a man that plays BET, LOTTO , DRAFT or BABA IJEBU,”

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In other news, the quest to earn quick money has influenced many Africans to do the ‘unthinkable’.

A Ghanaian woman identified as Rita Tetteh Korkor, has disclosed of how her husband sacrificed their first child for money rituals.

In an exclusive interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa, Tetteh Korkor said her husband informed her about his intentions for ‘ sakawa’ thus money rituals.

Madam Tetteh , who is a single mother of three kids stated that she advised her husband against money rituals but he never listened.

According to her, she strongly stood against it because she knew they would demand a…continue

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