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Relationship Blogger Blessing Okoro Shares 10 Lessons She Learnt In May

Controversial relationship blogger Blessing Okoro, who once lay claim to a house belonging to Onye Eze has shared ten lessons she learnt in May.


In the incident leading to this, the blogger had shared a picture of herself outside the China-based billionaire’s house. In the caption, she had claimed the seven-bedroom mansion in Enugu was hers. Also, she insinuated that she built it herself.



After the said picture went viral, the incidences after led to a highly embarrassing time for Okoro Blessing. She had followers and social media trolls lashing out at her for her conduct.


Apparently, she had done that for clout and was later arrested by the owner. In a video shared where she was in handcuffs outside the seven-bedroom mansion, she made a public apology. She admitted that the house wasn’t hers and that it belonged to Onye Eze.


In her latest post, the relationship blogger seems to be coming out of the rut after all the embarrassment. She shared 10 lessons she learnt the hard way in the month of MAY on social media.


Read all the lessons Blessing Okoro wrote below.

1. Private life is a peaceful life.

2. Keep your achievements private; share only your dreams.

3. Not everybody who follows you loves you, and many who don’t follow you can still love you.

4. [There are] too many witches and wizards here. They no longer live in shrines; they are here in the media behind [their] keypads.

5. Nobody really cares about you; they just get entertained.

6. I learnt never to explain or prove a point to anyone again. I live with my truth.

7. I learnt to inspire people more and give more because some people need help.

8. I learnt to pray, pray so hard and start going to church.

9. I learnt to speak less, act more, [and] never to take people words personal; I’d rather block them from my space

10. Finally, I also learnt how to cry, fear and talk to myself to forgive, forget and move on because Nkiruka. (This Igbo word means “the future is greater”.)


She continues, “My name is Okoro Blessing Nkiruka. Call me a survivor.”


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