- Oyinkasola Emmanuel recently took to social media to speak on the type of man she'll love to end up with
- According to the Yoruba actress, she would appreciate a God-fearing man and one who spends time with her
- Emmanuel went on to state that she couldn't with a man like Dangote as he is always busy
- The movie star revealed this in a recent Instagram live chat with Yoruba Movie Gist
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Abroad-based Yoruba movie actress, Oyinkasola Emmanuel, has opened up on the type of man she'd want in her life and surprisingly, the richest man in Africa, Aliko Dangote, didn't make the cut.
In a recent Instagram live chat with Yoruba Movie Gist, Emmanuel who admitted she is short in stature stated that she wants a tall man. She also emphasized on wanting a God-fearing and respectful man who would know how to treat her right.
She said: ”I will appreciate a God-fearing man, who knows what it takes to have a woman at home as a wife. He must be very respectful and know how to treat me well. I don’t want a man that will turn himself to Mike Tyson or Anthony Joshua in my marriage. Regardless of his status, he must be very tall. I believe that I am short in stature and if I marry a short man like myself, we might end up having dwarf as kids.”
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She stated that while she would love to marry someone who is 'okay' financially, she is not as concerned about the money as she is about the physical presence of the man.
She went on to reveal she couldn't be with a man like Aliko Dangote as he was a very busy man and no amount of money can make up for her partner not spending time with her.
Asked if she would settle for Dangote if she has the opportunity, she said:
”It is not about your wealth, achievement or your status. It is a matter of choice. I won’t feel the love like having my kind of man. Nothing a man can use to entice me that will freak me. You just have to be tall. I can’t even marry someone like Dangote because he is a busy type, he might not be with me physically.
Not every problem money can solve, sometimes you just need the man’s presence. I am not saying I don’t need money, a man that must marry me must be okay in his only little way, he should be able to cater for his family, not the one that will become a burden on me. Even if he doesn’t have the millions yet, I will still go with him if he is my choice.”
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In other news, a Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as @Queen_Minic recently shared a piece of advice to women about their responsibilities to their immediate families.
According to her, women should understand that it is not their husband's responsibility to take care of their immediate family (wife's parents and siblings). She advised women to become more financially responsible.
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