She said, she has been talking to the man for a while and had no clue that he was already married to someone.
On a fateful day, she saw a photo of him and his wife on Facebook. Out of surprise, she told him congratulations and he replied.
However, she confronted him about the matter on WhatsApp and he denied getting married or sharing photos on Facebook.
When probed further with glaring evidence, the young man claimed he needed to fake being married to get his visa.
This excuse, however, didn’t last, as he later alleged again that ‘poverty’ led him into many relationships.
Sharing screenshots of their chats online, Ayisa said: “This man was arguing with me that he wasn’t married. Something that I said congratulations on Facebook and he said thank you.”
Abisola Ogun said: “Reminds me of one that told me he is semi-married, I was like which one is semi-married? Are u married or not.”
Janu Peter wrote: “So a man cannot cut wedding cake with his sister or close friend or cousin again?”
Ms. Sweet Soul reacted: “Aswear. I bookmarked both versions. Anytime I get bored, I’ll go and laugh.”
Japhet Edidiong wrote: “This picture is simple. He could have said he stood in for his brother, who couldn’t come back home for the TM. Cade closed.”
Ms Carev commented: “You should actually show the picture of this man. I understand you’re covering the lady’s face but this man needs to be aired out.”
In other news, a young lady identified as Temitope Akinrimisi cried out on Twitter after her gate man professed his love for her.
Temitope said she was surprised to receive her gate man’s love messages on WhatsApp.
In the chats she shared on Twitter, the gate man said he had admired her for a long time and could no longer keep the feelings to himself.
He pleaded with her to give him a chance and ignore the fact that he was a gate man.