Nigerian singer, Banky W is elated! The singer met the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki Moon on
“So guess who was sitting in front of me on the plane from SA? Ban Ki-moon x Ban ky-W (He’s the nicest guy),” he captioned it.
Ban Ki-moon is a South Korean statesman and politician who is the eighth and current Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Banky W recently wrote an open letter to single men and women in the society.
According to him ‘he can’t even post good morning on social media, without someone saying “yes but it will be a better morning when you marry’.
He took to Instagram on July 10, 2016 writing, “My fellow Bachelors & Bachelorette
For too long we have been teased, harassed and tormented by Society with “When will you marry” and “when is your wedding” ?? It is getting out of hand. U don’t see us going around to old people asking them ” please when is your funeral”? These days, I can’t even post “Good morning” on social media, without someone saying “yes but it will be a better morning WHEN YOU MARRY!” It is with this in mind, that #GidiLove was created. The song is in defense of all single people in Lagos and all over the world. Some of us are just not ready. Some of us are single and searching but it hasn’t worked out yet. There are others who may just not want to get married at all. The point is that, in the words of the great @youngskales, it’s Nobody’s Business. By God’s grace we will get there.. we will settle down with the right person and live happily ever after. But until then, pls leave us alone. Because the same people who are pressuring us and talking us into marriage, are the same people who will mock us and talk ABOUT us if the marriage ends quickly.
The whole marriage shaming started when Banky W was spotted as a groomsman at media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu’s wedding ever since then his life has never been the same.
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