- Nigerian actor Ik Ogbonna has called out rich men who give young girls money
- The actor advised the women to invest in businesses and good ideas
- He stated that instead of exchanging money for pleasure they can help create jobs
Talented Nigerian actor Ikechukwu Ogbonna is shaking tables filled with lots of rich men standing on it. The actor called on rich Nigerian men to help the economy rather than use their money to spoil young ladies.
In a chat with Vanguard, the actor noted that there are rich men who dole out money to young ladies everyday in exchange for intercourse. He advised the men to use their money to create jobs rather than give it to girls.
According to him, these men have the ability to invest in good businesses and great ideas that would make them more money in the long run.
He said: “To all the millionaires and billionaires out there, let’s try and create millionaires. You don’t wait for the government to do that, that’s not their job; the government is supposed to try and make things easier for us to live. There are so many rich men that give girls 10,000 dollars, 15,000 dollars every day after having s*x with them. How about every month you bring out N10 million, look for someone that has initiative and a good business plan and invest in his life? You don’t need to dash him the money but let him pay you back in a year’s time. If 100 billionaires can come out today and do this every month to make a millionaire, in that way you are creating labour and making jobs for people and making their lives easier. Let all those rich men out there feed into this little wisdom and try and work with it.”
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The talented actor also advised young girls not to give their bodies to rich men in exchange for money.
Ogbonna explained that true fulfillment is when young ladies look back at their lives with the feeling that they achieved success through hard-work.
He said: “I feel it’s high time we tackled some certain things if we really love our people and want ourselves to grow. You must not sell your body to become someone in life; that way, you’re not fulfilled but when you become someone in life and then you look back and you can tell yourself that you did not sell your body to become who you are, you have this inner fulfillment in you that no one can give you."
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