Kenyan Socialite, Vera Sidika has some Words for Nigerian Girls

September 12, 2017 at 11:56
Kenyan Socialite, Vera Sidika has some Words for Nigerian Girls

Vera Sidika, a Kenyan Socialite who is currently in Nigeria took to Instagram yesterday to reach out to Nigerian girls that complains that foreign girls are stealing their men.

Vera was accused by her Nigerian ex boyfriend,Yomi Johnson sometime in the past for sleeping with series of Nigerian men and aborting their baby despite please from him that she shouldn’t. This he3 said le3ad to the end of their affair, contrary to the accusations of domestic violence leveled against him by her.

The Kenyan media personality however, has advised Nigerian girls to stop saying that foreign girls are stealing their men because in reality, it is their men that are going after foreign girls and not the other way round so instead of attacking people, they (Nigerian Girls) should focus on keeping their men at home.


To set the records straight, she stated that she doesn’t intend to date a Nigerian so the girls have no reason to fret.

My guess is that Vera has learned well from dating a ”Yoruba Demon” so she now dreads the idea of dating a Nigerian again. Well, sorry Vera, our brother didn’t mean to hurt you, shit just happened. Nigerian guys are certainly the juiciest around, trying another wont hurt so bad I guess. Good to know you enjoyed your stay in Lagos too.

Vera was spotted with Ubi Franklin in Lagos yesterday and that got a lot of people talking.

A screenshot of her post bellow…

Focus On Keeping your Men- Vera


  1. This lady is too much,Nigeria men have shamed us worldwide

  2. What is this fake women telling us now,we hate you

  3. Folashade Maria : September 13, 2017 at 10:20 am

    She is a fake ass bitch sleeping with men,let her scatter out of our country

  4. Bolanile Patience : September 13, 2017 at 10:21 am

    No abeg,naija guys keep off her pussy or you gon die lk flies

  5. Let her come and say that here,we will show her dust,useless prostitute

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Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.