AJUEDE GIRL OF THE WEEK
We celebrate virtue, especially when it is born out of dogged effort that strictly distinguishes one from her contemporaries. Our reason for this is very simple: the only reserve of ancient values that has been neglected and dashed to trash can is Modesty. Today society celebrates nudity and nymphomaniac. As such, it becomes very difficult to find a girl who prefers the contrary. In such a world, ajuede.com believes that such virtue, difficult to find, should be celebrated. Meet Nseobong.
Nseobong, often called NseGod, hails from Oruk-Anang Local Government Area of Akwa-Ibom State. She was born and raised in Port Harcourt where her family lived until death did her father part. Confused about life and what survival could mean to her in the absence of a loving father, she struck her chest and was determined to create a history contrary to what great number of Akwa Ibom girls do for survival. She chose her path differently.
Three times in a week Nseobong shuttles around Abak with her goods carefully balanced on her head. She had never been terrified by the quantity of the goods she carry. And, as determined as she looks every time, she returns home shortly with empty container. Just like miracle, she has always surprised her aunty each time she returns, because it is always below the expected time.
The only unfortunate thing for her numerous admirers is the fact that she is not available. People with eagles’ eyes normally spot virtue out of the enormous crowd. I am convinced; such a virtue cannot be completely free for hunters to hunt.
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