Ladies, listen to Benjamin Zulu, he has insights for you.
By Northrifter | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 589 views
The vocal Benjamin Zulu, who is a life coach and a relationship counsellor advises young women to stop involving themselves with men who haewives at home.
According to him, this young men do not want to work hard and want a short cut to success by having a man who is already established and has his life together.
Those that listen to him agreed with him and asked women to worm hard and sop depending on mere handouts from their male counterparts.
Psychologist Benjamin Zulu, is known for his intelligent responses and answers to questions posted to him concerning relationships. On a Facebook post he asked women to build their not - so - successful partners and stop going for already built men.
He asked young ladies to stop being victims of the lies of married men who lie to them that they are unmarried or their divorce is underway.
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