BBNaija’s Tochi Reveals Why Marriages Don’t Last
Tochi, a former Big Brother Naija ‘LockDown’ Housemate, has revealed the reason for the numerous failed marriages.
The reality star discussed the rising divorce rate on his Instagram story after Desola, the wife of Yoruba actor Kunle Afod, announced that she and her husband had divorced.
On Tuesday, Desola made the announcement in a brief message on her Instagram page.
The good news you wanna hear. I left Kunle Afod.
Tochi responded by saying that most relationships and marriages fail because partners focus on the wrong things, such as physical appearance, rather than compatibility.
He stated that unions fail because people are more concerned with their appearance than with how they interact with their partners.
Relationships and marriages don’t last this period because most people care more about how they look than the way they behave.
‘Why You Should Not Marry An Illiterate’
Meanwhile, Sandra Iheuwa, a Nigerian entrepreneur and mother to Ubi Franklin, a Nigerian music executive and blogger, has given reasons why she advises against choosing an uneducated partner.
The businesswoman shared her thoughts on the criteria people should look for when choosing partners on her verified Instagram page.
According to the businesswoman, people should marry a kind partner rather than a useless and wicked partner.
Sandra Iheuwa also stated that when an educated person with a master’s degree settles for someone with only a high school diploma, the relationships will fail due to a clash of ideas.
In whatever you do make sure you marry a kind partner not a useless & wicked one….this goes to both genders I forgot to add this one…..the one is very important.
Don’t marry an illiterate….just imagine having a masters degree and your partner is a high school dropout the level of thinking won’t be the same….you can’t have a meaningful intellectual conversation with this person…..it will never work, she wrote.
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