A rather distraught young Nigerian boy made himself a trending topic on social media after he took to his page to pen an “emotional” note addressed to his “ex-girlfriend” who dumped him some time this year.

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The young lad, who is of questionable age and goes by the name ‘Se Qu Ence‘ on Facebook, said in his note that he learnt three deep lessons from the heartbreak he felt following their breakup.

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According to him, he learnt that, ‘love na scam, girls don’t deserve to be loved and girls are never to be trusted’.

Se Qu Ence who didn’t reveal why they actually ended things, he however stated that their time together was a waste.

He wrote,

What were u thinking… That I wouldn’t post.. Well I did

Ur birthday pictures were one of the best last year
This year was supposed to be better than the best… But what is surprising me is, I don’t know why

Happy birthday Nikki Nancy Ordugo though I miss the time we spent together but I’ve learnt that it was just a waste of time

I want to use this medium to say a big thank you for teaching me the best 3 lessons of my life
I owe u 2 bottles of bear for that

once more happy birthday….
Enjoy your day if u wish

Sequence rembered you
Single Boys Gang carez

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