A partner satisfied with your poverty and lack of ambition is a bad one - Twitter user

A partner satisfied with your poverty and lack of ambition is a bad one - Twitter user

A Nigerian man has taken to his social media page to dish out advice about relationships!

The man knows as Akin Alabi took to his Twitter handle to say that any man or woman who is satisfied with your poverty and lack of ambition is a bad partner.

He concluded his tweet by stating that the devil places such people strategically.

His tweets reads:

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"A woman that is satisfied with your poverty and lack of ambition is a bad woman. Don’t deceive yourself that you have an understanding woman. The devil strategically placed her in your life and his job on you is done forever.

The same way, a man that is satisfied with your poverty and lack of ambition is a bad man. Don’t deceive yourself that you have an understanding husband. The devil strategically placed him in your life and his job on you is done forever.

Friends, partners, couples etc must continually push each other so that they can go higher financially and in other areas. Tomorrow must be better than today. Move!"

He concluded by speaking on domestic violence saying: "So many people indirectly support domestic violence in the name of saving a marriage. Anyone staying in an abusive marriage has him or herself to blame. No excuses"

In another tweet, he wrote, "Choose the kind of partner that suits you. Don’t generalize. Everyone can’t be the same. You can choose to be with the man that likes being challenged or the one that doesn’t."

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Recently, Akin Alabi narrated the story of how he was almost scammed by a woman who needed help. The man revealed that a woman had contacted him to pay for her child's health care.

Alabi who shared his story on Twitter revealed that the woman had asked him to give her N150,000 for her child's hospital bill. He stated that he had asked his assistant to verify if the woman truly needed help.

The assistant discovered that the woman needed N47,000 but she had already paid N10,000 and all she needed was N37,000 not N150,000. Alabi revealed that he paid the N37,000 and blocked the woman's number.

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