Video: I know the men paying rent for most Lagos girls – Nedu Wazobia reveals

Controversial On Air Personality, Nedu Wazobia has said that most of the girls living in Lagos are being funded by men.

He said during an episode of Frankly Speaking podcast that men are paying rent for majority of Lagos big girls.

Nedu said the Lagos girls all have different men that attend to a variety of their needs, while some pay the rent, another buys or repairs their car and someone else takes them on vacation, and so forth.

The OAP said he knows this for a fact because the men sponsoring the girls and taking care of their needs are his friends.

Nedu, however, said that a good number of the girls still work hard for their money and take care of themselves.

He further said that once a man gets money in Lagos or any part of Nigeria, he won’t have any difficulty in getting girls of his choice.

Watch him speak below:

CorrectNG reported earlier that a Ghanaian lady, Deborah Seyram Adablah filed a lawsuit against her sugar daddy for failing to fulfil his promise to take care of her.

The lady, who was a staff of First Atlantic Bank, dragged Ernest Kwasi Nimako, her former boss and secret lover before an Accra High Court.

In the suit dated January 23, 2023, the defendant is expected to appear in court before Friday, 27th of January 2023.

Deborah did her national service at the bank and concluded in July 2021, however, she said she was coerced into being in a relationship with the married man, or risk being frustrated at the workplace had she failed to give in to his advances.

The accuser claims that Mr Ernest promised to buy her a car, pay her rent for a period of three years and give her a monthly stipend of GH3,000.

Deborah also said that her former boss agreed to divorce his wife to marry her because his marriage had broken down beyond repairs, and he also said he will give her a huge sum of money to start her own business.

In her writ of summons and statement of claims, she said that the sugar daddy bought the car, a Honda Civic, worth GH120,000 as promised but registered it in his name.

She told the court that after about a year of enjoying the car, he then denied her access to continue using it.

The complainant revealed that as against handling her accommodation for three years, he only paid for one year rent.

She also accused the defendant of abuse, sexual harassment, maltreatment, exploitation and also lowering her reputation.

Deborah said she was offered permament employment at the establishment after her national service, but she turned down the opportunity because the manager, Ernest, promised to make life comfortable for her.

She prayed the court to order the defendant to fulfil all promises, including giving her capital to start a business.