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Heartbroken Nigerian man earns 204k from former relationship

A heartbroken Nigerian man has revealed how he made 204,000 naira from his former relationship as a result of the deal he had with his ex-girlfriend.

The man, identified as Gospel, shared this story on microblogging platform, Twitter. He narrated how he and his former girlfriend had a joint account when they were love birds.

The couple had made a deal to deposit N6,000 monthly, probably with hopes that the relationship would lead to marriage and the money could come in handy.

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Reactions: Sharp guy!!!

Gospel narrated that the rule for the joint account was “whoever gets cheated on, will walk away with all the money.” However, his partner had cheated on him first and brought the relationship to an end 17 months later.

Being a man of his word, the heartbroken young man collected his money and tagged it “Heartbreak Insurance Fund.”

Netizens who were thrilled by this new money making scheme rushed to the comments. See their different reactions:

@boymaxnuel: “Sharp guy

@wolewalesfarm: “insurance wey make sense”

@voweokpovure: “I like this style oh”

@ola_bode42: “Wow! I go try this when I enter relationship”

@Varanecousin: “Very good idea”

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Heartbroken Nigerian man discovers he is not the biological father of his 3 children

In another story, in January 2023, a father of three tested the DNA of his children after undergoing a vasectomy and learned that they were not his biological children. 

The Nigerian man was devastated to learn that he was not the biological father of his three children.

Vasectomy is a male birth control procedure where a man removes the tubes that supply sperm to his semen, making him unable to father a child.

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