Actress Sylvia Edem advises young girls to set their priorities right

Actress Sylvia Edem advises young girls to set their priorities right

- Nollywood actress Sylvia Edem has told her female fans to take good advantage of their youthful age

- Sylvia urged them to set their priorities right before it is too late

- The producer noted that they can play but also remember to do the right things at its proper time

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Nollywood actress and producer Sylvia Edem has urged young girls to set their priorities right before it is too late. The actress took to her official Instagram page to share her words of advice to her fans and followers.

Sylvia said that if a young woman leaves what she is supposed to do at her youth for other irrelevant things, she may regret it later.

According to her, doing some things like caring for a child is not easy when a woman is in her 50s.

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"Dear ladies, if at age 25-38, you are still prioritising the wrong things, for example, twerking, slaying for the gram, deceiving yourself with filter and lying about your age when deep down you know menopause is very close," she said

"Next time you see yourself prioritising the wrong things, doing school runs at 50 isn't gonna be easy. Please do not feel attacked. While playing, remember to set your priorities right and have it at the back of your mind that you will need a hand that will help you genuinely in the future," the producer concluded.

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In other news, earlier reported that Aisha Yesufu advised mature single women what to do to get married.

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The activist took to Twitter and spoke to women who are her age but are single about how to get married. She said that these women should go out and find a man they can call their own and ask for the man's hand in marriage.

The outspoken woman urged these women to buy the man's groom things and give him a cute car. She also told the women to ask him to memorise a passage in the Quran as her dowry.

According to her, with that, they would have a man of their own.

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