Nigerian Creator And Legal counselor Would Wed Any Suitors Who DMs Her Lone In the event that They Satisfy These Conditions

 

After Banky W revealed to us how he got Adesua stumbling by sliding into her DM, a famous Nigerian Lawyer and Creator, Chidera Okolie, has opened her DM to potential suitors, sketching out 10 conditions that are to be met.

Here’s what she wrote;

“Attention!!
Good morning ☺
The DM is now open for applications!
However the following should be noted.

1. Certain greetings like “Hi baby”, “Good morning my angel” “Hi love” has never been, and will never be responded to. For the singular reason we are not acquainted (not yet?)

2. Please do not bother applying if your handle is, or similar to any of these @emekatoomuchmoney @Taiwobillionaire @Jiderunningthings @TheDonOfLagos @DonMoney @Sexyforthegirls @JoeSexyAss @Mikesixpacks??

3. Also, avoid me if the first picture I’ll see on your page is a shirtless six packs (I’ll droll but that’s it…nothing personal☺) or a stack of money or goldchains.

4. Go straight to the point…don’t use my publications as a reference point. “Hi, my name is Obinna Kunle Musa. Can I know you better?”?
“I would like to get your book and your number to stay in touch for updates” (? crook).

5. All denominations and tribes are welcome. (Foreign nationals included)

6. Do not abbreviate like a college kid.”Hi, my name z John. Pliz snd ur numba. I’ll lyk 2 stay in touch” is a no no!!!!?
“Hi, my name is John. Please send your number. I’ll like to stay in touch”??

7. I speak my dialect fluently. Don’t be afraid to “famz” me in igbo language if you can☺

8. A humorous, artistic, sarcastic or witty individual will stand a greater chance.. (But if you are not….pleaseeeeeee…don’t try)?

9. Please keep whatever your pastor said to you to yourself. God is yet to speak to me about you.

10. Finally, keep it simple…or you’ll lose me at “hello”.
TO GOD BE THE GLORY!!
Thank you☺”

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