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Nigerians Set New Criteria For Marriage As Before And After Pictures Of Transgender Surfaces

 

Nigerians have been left in shock after seeing the before and after picture of a Nigerian transgender, Noni Salma.

Naija News reports that Salma is an award winning Nigerian transgender film-maker, screenwriter and avid film enthusiast.

Noni was an entertainment journalist in Lagos before relocating to the United States.

Her works are largely Women and Queer led dramas and comedies. She centers them in her writing in ways that are fresh, inspiring and kicking.

Reacting to Salma’s transformation, Nigerians have said that it is important to ask for pictures from a person childhood before venturing into marriage and relationship.

I_cflow: “Asking for childhood pics is now a criteria for marriage make man no go marry man.”

Enosentyl: “Na why e dey hard to trust men without beards. Fiam dem done switch.”

Misschidel: “Omo, she I mean he done pass some girls.”

Oge: “Before you date ask for childhood photos, crazy things are happening.”

Nonnysmart: “Na to trace babe background oh before person go marry man.”

Google Erroneously Pays $250,000 To Man

Reports have indicated that Google mistakenly paid a man the sum of $250,000 without any detailed work for the company.

The recipient of the payment, a man identified as Sam Curry, whose bio describes him as a hacker, bug bounty hunter, and Staff Security Engineer, described the payment as baffling on his verified Twitter handle, @samwyco.

He explained that it’s been 3 weeks since he received the payment and Google has not made any move to rectify the situation.

Sam tweeted on September 14; “It’s been a little over 3 weeks since Google randomly sent me $249,999 and I still haven’t heard anything on the support ticket.

“It’s been a little over 3 weeks since Google randomly sent me $249,999 and I still haven’t heard anything on the support ticket. Is there any way we could get in touch @Google?

Is there any way we could get in touch @Google?”

“It’s OK if you don’t want it back.”

Google, in an email to CNN has also announced that all efforts are being made to get the money back and appreciated Curry for informing them about the error.