During an interview with Arise TV, media personality Isaac Fayose attributed blame to Nigerian women for the current dollar crisis facing the country.
The discussion centered around the topic of “Is there romance without finance?” where Fayose voiced his opinion on the issue.
Recent reports have indicated that the value of the naira has reached record lows against the US dollar, with it falling to N1500.
Isaac Fayose highlighted that Nigeria has the highest percentage of unmarried women globally and argued that the reluctance of women to enter into relationships without financial stability is a contributing factor to this situation.
He further claimed that many men in their late 40s remain unmarried due to the principle of “no money, no honey” that women adhere to nowadays.
Isaac Fayose personally cited his own experience as a grandfather at the age of 51, explaining that his 26-year-old son was raised in the UK where financial concerns were not as prevalent.
Isaac Fayose also noted prostate cancer is now on the rise because ladies are becoming more concerned with butt enlargement.
In his opinion, Nigerian women are the cause of the current dollar crisis in the country because they no longer ask men for naira.
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