Monday, April 26, 2021

“Your thing is too small, I can't cope” – Lady turns down man’s proposal in public (Video)

A viral video on the internet of a lady rejecting his boyfriend proposal in the market place only because of his manhood was too small as the lady says.

The man who prepared a surprise for his girlfriend in the public get a big sound of No from his girlfriend despite the fact the people in the market area plead with his girlfriend to accept the proposal.


According to the video below, The man could be seen kneeling down with a ring to insert into the finger of his girlfriend after which he got the unexpected. The lady who was bold enough said: "I Love you but I can't cope with your small manhood".


See the viral video below...

“Your thing is too small, I can't cope” – Lady turns down man’s proposal in public (Video)

A viral video on the internet of a lady rejecting his boyfriend proposal in the market place only because of his manhood was too small as the lady says.

The man who prepared a surprise for his girlfriend in the public get a big sound of No from his girlfriend despite the fact the people in the market area plead with his girlfriend to accept the proposal.


According to the video below, The man could be seen kneeling down with a ring to insert into the finger of his girlfriend after which he got the unexpected. The lady who was bold enough said: "I Love you but I can't cope with your small manhood".


See the viral video below...

35 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Nigeria Today

The official Twitter account of the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) record 35 new cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on 25th April, 2021.

According to the agency which gave the number of cases across Nigeria on it's verified handle as follows;

Lagos-18
Rivers-7
Oyo-6
FCT-2
Ekiti-1
Kaduna-1

Tilldate, They are now 164,719 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria and 154,926 patients have been discharged from Isolation centers while 2,062 deaths is recorded.

Today report includes:

Data from Oyo State recorded on the 24th and 25th of April, 2021.

215 community recoveries in Oyo State managed in line with guidelines. 

See the statistics below.