Efuoma Amos went viral when his pre-wedding photos were shared on social media due to the height difference between him and his fiancée.
The computer science graduate spoke to BBC Pidgin and said it has never been difficult for him to fall for women under his spell, and the ability to attract said women is a gift from God.
“Since I was born, it has never been difficult for me to pick up women, it is not difficult to get a girl for me. It’s just a gift from God,” says Efuoma.
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He also boasts that “even tall people don’t exhibit what God has given me, it’s not a product of evil activities, women just love me”.
“When I was in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Ebonyi State, South East Nigeria, the most beautiful girls in the orientation camp were mine. They liked me and loved me and they were the ones chasing me and it was not for monetary gain, because I had no money”.
He talked about his first marriage and how he met his new wife.
“I first got married in 2018, and after two years of marriage, we started having some issues that we couldn’t resolve until we finally broke up in 2021.”
His new wife, Hope Ogheneuzuazor Ogbokor, opened up about their relationship and marriage.
She says that the first time she saw her husband, he was in the company of a prophet.
“I went to church and they had a vision of me, they told my aunt to come, we came and I saw him. It wasn’t until six months later that we got married .
“In this world, God created people tall, short, fat, chopped, everyone has problems in this life.
“My husband is a very calm person, he is very lively, he knows how to treat a woman well, whatever I want, he buys it for me”.
She added that “when I was about to marry my husband, there was no discrimination from my parents because he is short, my friends and family just supported me” .
Excited Efuoma Amos raves about his new marriage and how it makes him giddy.
“Often I look at my wife and thank God because the kind of wife God gave me, he used her to solve all my problems.”
“I always admire her, I call her my gold, my sunshine, my mom Omeh (mine). I wake up at night to look at her when she sleeps. And I just smile and thank God, I pray then so that whoever wants to separate us does not see us”.
Mr. Amos talks about his first marriage and says he has no regrets.
“When I think back to my first marriage, all the pain and suffering I went through in relation to that marriage. I can say that this one erased all the pain and tears I cried before. God has silence my insults so that I don’t remember the pain.”
He adds, “People used to tell me I wouldn’t see another woman to marry because my first wife left me, but I told them they’re not God. I didn’t place my trust in man but in God”.