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Don’t let your wive’s sugar daddies fund your wedding – Ayade’s aide warns men

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Ben Ayade’s Special Assistant on Strategic Communication, Andrea Ekeng Inyang, has warned young men to desist from allowing ‘sugar daddies’ of their prospective wives to fund their weddings.

Sugar Daddies are best used to describe rich older men who lavish gifts on younger women in return for their company or sexual favours.

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Inyang said that men need to be wary of such decisions as it could cause serious disrespect.

He advised that to avoid developing HBP or premature death they avoid it while they still can.

Taking to his Facebook page, Inyang wrote;

“Some of our young men must be careful of the decisions they take to avoid future repercussions.”

“Just to show off as one who did wedding in a grand style, you accept your wife’s sugar daddy to fund the occasion.”

“Yet you can’t tolerate the incessant and resounding giggles from unwanted callers and her sudden unexplainable absence.”

“You are lost in thoughts, your head wan scatter with thoughts. You can’t sleep. That’s how young people develop hbp, slump and die prematurely. May God save you.”

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