Actress Ngozi Nwosu blames Parents for increase in Marriage Crash
Veteran Nigerian actress and producer Ngozi Nwosu who began her acting career in Yoruba-language films, before making her home-video debut in Living in Bondage, an Igbo-language film considered to begin the video film era of Cinema of Nigeria has blamed Nigerian parents for an increase in marriage crash and the high divorce rate in the nation.
She advised parents to stop putting pressure on their kids when it comes to getting married to reduce the high rate of divorce in the nation.
According to her, such pressure might end up making the kids choose the wrong partner and then eventually having them split when things don’t work out.
Citing her failed marriage as an example, the 55-year-old beautiful actress in an exclusive interview with Plus TV Africa, said:
“No Parent should put pressure on their kids to marry, it is better to be late than to marry early and choose wrong. That was part of what happened to me, I was under pressure to marry and things eventually didn’t turn out right”
The actress who admits being single and searching for the right man further said
“when you rush to do things because you are ageing or because your mates are doing it, it might be your doom so just live your life and wait till it is the right time. I am waiting on God’s time before I get married again, to avoid making another mistake”