Actress Ronnie Dikko reveals why she got married in her 50s
- Nigerian actress Ronnie Dikko has shared the story about her marriage life
- Ronnie said that she got married in her early 50s to an Ekiti man
- The actress explained that she got married last year to her husband whom she described as her friend
Nollywood actress Ronnie Dikko has shared the story about her marriage life to encourage single women waiting on God for a spouse. The actress said that single women that it is good to wait for God's time.
In her chat with Sun News, Ronnie said that God blessed her ideal man in her 50s. Describing her husband as her friend, the film star explained that she is happy to find someone to spend her old age after waiting for so many years.
Ronnie noted that she got married to her husband last year. According to her, her husband is an Ekiti man while she is from Edo.
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Reminiscing on the past, the veteran said that when she was waiting, she stopped blaming people asking her questions on why she was yet to be married. She stated that delay is not denial if a person knows the God that they serve.
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The actress said that she believes there is somebody for a single person somewhere.
"It takes the grace of God to find your life partner, so you have to pray and wait for God to connect you spiritually and physically. Honestly, the pressure can be overwhelming, especially when your biological clock is ticking away, it takes great faith to wait and pray."
She advised single women never to doubt God or the efficacy of prayers.
"If God can give me a husband, they should be hopeful. There are classes of men, so it’s important to look before you leap."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Ngozi Ezeonu’s ex-husband reportedly accused her of marrying their daughter without him. Dennis Ikpelue, the ex-husband of Ngozi Exeonu said that his ex-wife gave their daughter out in marriage without his input. Dennis said that it a strong taboo in Igbo land for any woman to do so without the consent of the father. Ngozi's ex-husband described the marriage as unreal, likening it to the ones that take place in Nollywood films.
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