Nigerian guys greet me in public but insult me privately – Paddy Adenuga

Paddy Adenuga, son of billionaire businessman Mike Adenuga, has just spoken out on social media over the rate of hypocrisy among  Nigerian guys.
Sharing a post on popular micro blogging platform Twitter, Adenuga expressed that a lot of guys often greet him with so much warm reception in public, yet the same group of people insult him in private and lust after his downfall.
Nigerian guys greet me in public but insult me privately – Paddy Adenuga


“The amount of Nigerian guys that greet me so well in public but in private insult my name and lust after my downfall is unbelievable.
He went on to add that he could not be faced by their antics because people who know him are well aware that he usually plans for the future well ahead of time.
If you know me you know i play the game of life decades in advance.
Concluding his post, Adenuga posed a serious question as to why so many people, Nigerians particularly, are spiteful.
The future is forever on my mind why we are such a spiteful people.” he said.
While reacting to his post, a man said for the fact that people greet you doesnt indicate they mean well for you:
Like I always say salutation is not love… Cause someone greets you in the morning doesn’t mean they can’t slaughter you in the afternoon. Most importantly, thank God you have this knowledge of how humans are.

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  1. YOU ARE NOT ALONE HERE.

    SO, WE MUST LIVE WITH THE HYPOCRISY OF MEN OF ALL TRIBES IN THE COUNTRY AND BEYOND.

    THE GREAT THING HERE IS YOU ARE WELL AWARE OF THIS.

    THEREFORE,WITH YOUR HEAD HELD HIGH,

    SHOULDERS SQUARED OUT,

    LIVE YOUR LIFE TO THE FULLEST,

    WITH NO THOUGHT FOR THEM.

    FINALLY, A SUCCESSFUL MAN IS KNOWN BY THE ACCOMMODATING MANNER HE TREATS THE LOW AND THE WEAK

    CHEERS

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