Many young people will do anything in a bid to attain whatever they wish for in this life. Especially in this 21st Century, many young African guys could go to the extreme of marrying older women overseas in a bid to to acquire a green card ; that is to say a permanent citizenship card in a particular country.
Such stories are normally being seen as a hoax, due to the fact that many people don't simply believe it exists.
However, an interesting photo fast going viral has been chanced upon by Ageorgia 360. In the said photo, a young guy believed to be a Nigerian called David, can be seen putting a ring on the finger of an older lady old enough to be his grandmother. The strong fierce look on his face, and his mannerism on this joyous occasion is what has made many people wonder if he was forced to enter this union.
The older lady, who couldn't hide her joy could also be seen happy in the pictures.
After the post was shared, there were soo many reactions by netizens, as many couldn't believe why a young man could go to that extreme. Many assumed it was for the sake of a green card, whilst otherwise also posited it was true love.
Below were some reactions;
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