Surprisingly, a Nigerian man who happens to be a hausa married another woman from the monies given to him to start a business and to take care of his family (his wife and children). A lady by name Harachi posted this one her Twitter page and that, the money was given to the man by the non governmental organization to cater for his family because he is poor. But this man didn't look at the poor nature of his family, went on to marry another wife.
The sums of money given to the man amounts to N100,000.00, but decided to increase the size of his family. The man already have 7 children, yet overlooked the hardships upon his family to add another wife.
Here is what the lady said about this incident; “So last month this NGO that my friend works with in Jos gave this Hausa man 100thousand to start a business and feed his 7 children better, they had gone back this afternoon to find out that Oga used the money to marry a second wife. I don’t know if one should laugh or cry".
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