“Be careful of IJGB, sapa is a universal thing” – Actress Mary Njoku tells ladies
Nollywood actress and producer, Mary Remmy Njoku has taken to her Instagram page to advise women looking to date men who are getting set to return home from abroad during the holidays.
The actress shared a story of a man who came back years ago and tried to deceive her with a lot of lies and a weird accent but she was not interested in his offer. It later turned out he was a barber in the UK, and not a lawyer as he claimed to be.
She further stated that a British accent is not a measure of intelligence or success and that sapa is a universal thing everyone experienced.
In her words:
“Chai! Xmas don reach o I remember that year when an Area Bros came back from Jand with a weird accent and pocket full of lies. ‘I run a big law firm in London’ I wasn’t into him cos his
‘yarns’ were inconsistent.
And despite the ‘supposed’ BLOW, he wasn’t smart.
Well, I saw him at a barber shop in London few years later and he couldn’t even look at me.
The shoes didn’t lie. UK is real.
Well I said a prayer for him. Hope he is OK wherever he is.
£10 is now 10k. So be careful with IJGB this Christmas.
‘I wanna gonna’ is NOT a measure of one’s intelligence or success.
Date who you truly like so you don’t feel deceived. Sapa is a universal thing. E dey EVERYWHERE.”
Mary Remmy Njoku (born 20 March 1985) is a Nigerian actress, producer, content creator and founder of the ROK TV Channels and CEO of ROK Studios, which she founded in 2013.
With a catalogue of over three thousand (3000) hours of original content produced, that includes movies and TV series, ROK has in a short span become a leading producer of family friendly content and entertainment.