A Nigerian lady has stirred mixed reactions on social media as a result of her statement that she thought pregnancy could keep a man.
The single mother hopped on the ‘Of Course’ challenge on TikTok to open up that she learnt the hard way that getting pregnant for a man will not guarantee anything.
She shared the painful regret in a video making the rounds as what led to the start of her early motherhood journey.
The young woman has moved past the regret and built a strong bond with he child to the extent that he calls her by her first name. However, she also said people do not believe that she is a single mum because she has a flat tummy.
She said; “Of course I am single mum, I thought pregnancy could keep a man [laughs]. Of course I am single mum and people don’t get to believe when I say it because I have a flat tummy.”
Watch the video:
Meanwhile, in similar news…
A popular detergent brand recently celebrated a single mother who just graduated from the University, by giving her some of its products and N500,000 cash.
The young lady identified as Blessing Chukwuma bagged a first class and took to social media to share the good news with her followers.
She recounted getting pregnant when she was in 200 level and her family abandoning her, so she had to take care of herself.
Blessing whose Twitter handle is @loveswaggs11, shared some photos of herself on during her signing out day and stated that she is proud of her achievements.
“I’m a single mom who got pregnant in my 200Level. Even though I had no financial support from family, I still graduated with a first class degree.
My journey wasn’t easy, but it was worth it. I am so proud of my achievements and I hope my story inspire others who face similar challenges. What ever you put your heart into, you will achieve 😊”, she captioned.
In reaction, Viva Detergent said her story is proof that wnybody can start afresh no matter what challenges they face in life.
The company promised to supply Blessing with its detergent products and cash reward of N500k as a form of support for her business. The mother of one operates a popcorn making business in Akure, the Ondo state capital.
“Dear Blessing, thank you for being a great inspiration to many. You are proof that no matter what life brings, anyone can have a fresh start. 💚
We would love to support you & your businesses with VIVA products & N500,000 cash. We will be in touch! ☺💚 #AFreshStartwithVIVA,” its post read.