6 Ways To Steal A Nigerian Man From His Wife

March 16, 2021

A married Nigerian man is a very easy commodity to acquire — they are married but not too much. Of all the countless things that can be stolen in Nigeria, a married man is the easiest to steal.

If you get a good bargain, you may even be able to share him with his wife, guilt-free. So, if you are determined and temporarily want him to yourself, here are a few very easy steps to steal him.

1. Smile at him

It is not like his wife is not smiling at him, it’s just that he doesn’t require much. It doesn’t even have to be a wide smile, just smile at him from time to time, and before you know it, he’ll be all yours.

2. Walk past him

Once you have set your eyes on your target, you don’t have to do much after that. Just walk past him a few times, he will walk up to you and finish the job by himself.

3. Like his picture on Instagram

Oh, this works like a charm. You can even like a picture of him with his wife and kids. He will be very quick to message you to let you know the woman in the picture is his housemate, not his wife, and the kids in the picture are his nieces and nephews.

4. Laugh at one of his Twitter jokes

You’ll be shocked at how powerful a laugh can be. From laughing on Twitter, you’ll be laughing at his dad jokes in real life. A simple ‘’hahaha’’ or ‘’lol’’ will get the ball rolling. Trust us.

5. Share your lunch with him

The Nigerian husband is always hungry, no matter how many times his wife feeds him. Don’t bother putting love potion in the lunch, just share it with him like that. Do that consistently for two days, and he’ll be all yours.

6. Call him by his first name

It is the little things. All his wife calls him is Baba Sade from morning till night, but calling him by his first name will remind him of his youth, and that will make him want you more. You 1- His wife 0

As you can see, you don’t even have to do much, just set the wheels in motion and the Nigerian husband will finish the job for you.

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