Nigerian Highlife star, Chinedu Okoli better known as Flavour N’abania, has urged his countrymen to celebrate Christmas within their means.
The ‘Baby Na Yoka’ crooner stated in a terse post on his official Twitter account that it is not a ‘do or die affair for people to ball.’
Flavour who wished everyone a Merry Christmas, empasised that people should only do that they are financially capable of this festive period.
The award-winning singer wrote; “Balling is not a do or die thing. Do as your hand reach this period. Merry Christmas ndi uwa.”
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CorrectNG recalls that last Christmas, a Nigerian man took to social media to celebrate his wife for doing something unexpected for the family.
He revealed that she came back home with a large quantity of foodstuff which she transported using a keke napep (tricycle).
The husband known as @iamKristil said he was in the living room watching Television when he heard the sound of the keke outside only for him to see his wife alight with loads of provision.
According to him, she runs a tailoring establishment and it is the money she has been contributing from her shop since the beginning of the year that she used to buy the items.
He explained that she made him realise all the goodies was for their family to celebrate this Christmas season.
He expressed shock over what his wife did because he had been thinking of how to make the festive season a memorable one. @iamKristil prayed for his woman and others like her who do similar things for their family.
Sharing a photo of the food stuff, he wrote; “I dey parlour dey watch tv, I hear keke sound for our domot, my mind think say them bring cement for my Landlord wey dey build house. Next thing i hear na my wife voice, calling me.
People of God!! I went downstairs, na weytin this woman buy for Christmas be this. She say na money she don dey contribute from her shop from January she use buy them.
I’m in total shock…. Son of man wey don dey reason how this Christmas wan be. Oh God!! I nearly cry…. May God bless us all with wonderful women.”