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Monday, 20 March 2017

There are 'conversations that must be had & agreements that must be made' before marriage - Matilda Obaseki

As Nollywood actress, Matilda Obaseki shared via twitter this morning. Do you agree with her?

15 comments:

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

I agree o


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

So agree why get married when guys can talk about everything

Anonymous said...

Agree 100%. What is the point of marriage afterall. If you don't want to cook or look after children and husband, why get married? I f you are not going to spend money on wife and children, why get married?

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Tell themooo! Especially this young ones that are now carrying Feminism like makeup.
The new trend is to stay outside marriage and be setting unattainable standards.



. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Anonymous said...

100%

Flexibility said...

Please I need an assistant financially, surviving through the help of my aged mother who as well its managing. I love to start something even if its little so I can be living home at least so I don't die of loneliness, thinking,depression and hunger. I feel ashamed seeing others going out why I sit at home doing nothing. Even if its to learn a hand work I wouldn't mind. Please I need an assistant.

Anonymous said...

These conversations are had and these agreements are made before most people enter marriage. The problem: marriage is a blood covenant that almost all have already made with other people before getting married to their spouses. The only way for this covenant to be restored between couples is to be a New Creation in Christ. He holds the covenant together. Let's not be hasty to boast about what we have and what we can do like Peter before he denied Christ. You that your marriage is working, stop throwing stones.

Anonymous said...

I agree with her 100%. Every woman is not as moronic as you are!

£earn $MARTPHONE Repairing (click) said...

Nice comments Obaseki ..
Although many partners still breach written agreements even after consciously agreeing to abide and signed by them. Nigerians don't understand the power of prenuptial agreements even when done orally.

pam eucharia said...

Totally in support of her opinion
A better example is, we can't have more than 2kids..

chinelo okafor said...

Lol @#HusbandNotAtm.


Keep em coming! I like...

daniel ubong said...

Hahahahhahahahahhahah,all this actress! Their profession is turning them to stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Makes sense. So true.
Celebtity marriage,b4 u know, separation or divorce.

dee boi said...

Lol at wasting people money on aso ebi... dee

Vivian Reginalds said...

SHIRAP
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

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