Please NL, I want you to comment. I've a friend who's contemplating on marrying a prostitute,though he's too shy to put up the topic himself,so I decided to do it for him. He got this prostitute sometime around December '08 after a drinking night out with about four of us,we all came back from abroad. We were all high on alcohol but not to the extent of doing something silly. He slept with the girl in his hotel room that night and paid her N10k the next morning. But then he exchanged phone number with her,he confessed though that he had an unforgettable night with this girl. From the next day on,they were talking on the phone constantly and he sends her MTN scratch cards. Honestly speaking,that girl is super pretty,I mean she's endowed with the beauty of about a thousand girls, I wont say her tribe to avoid offending anybody.
Four days later,my guy invited this girl to join us in another round of drinking night out,he slept with her again that night and the night after,but he didn't tell us how much he paid her. We left Lagos for East later on,and he arranged for the girl to come down to East to be with him. The girl agreed and came down from Lagos. When I saw the girl,I was like wow,what's going on man? He said he like the girl so much and that he want to spend as much time as possible with her. The girl was with him throughout his stay in Nigeria. When he left Nigeria back to his base sometime in January '09,he gave the girl his phone number and he was also keeping constant contact with her ever since.
Sometime last month,he told me he's thinking about marrying this girl. I was so surprise that he still maintain contact with her not to think of marriage.
My problem now is that he said he want me to advice him. I told him to give me time to digest the situation. This guy in question is my childhood friend,we grew up together,we went to the same university together before we left Nigeria for greener pasture. We 're just like twin brothers.
I want to hear from NL before I give him my answer 'cos I really want to tell him the truth.