Marriage is not compulsory - Actress Funmi Awelewa

Marriage is not compulsory - Actress Funmi Awelewa

- Nollywood actress, Funmi Awelewa, has taken to social media to address those pressuring her to get married

- The film star said that marriage is a choice and is not compulsory

- Awelewa asked her critics, "what if she has no interest in getting married?"

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Family is an important part of any society and in Africa, marriage is seen as really important and ladies who delay in tying the knot are questioned and scorned at any opportunity.

Just recently, Nollywood actress, Funmi Awelewa, took to her Instagram page to address those who are pressuring her to get married.

The film star said that marriage is not compulsory and that it is a thing of choice. She also asked what if she does not want to get married?

Marriage is not compulsory - Actress Funmi Awelewa

Marriage is not compulsory - Actress Funmi Awelewa
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In the caption that accompanied the post, Awelewa said that the best time to tie the knot is when the person is comfortable with their job and personal life.

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She also said that age is not necessarily important and that there is no best age to get married.

The actress wrote: “You people should stop asking “when will you get married Morili.”

The best time to get married is when you feel comfortable and confident in your job and personal life.

Some relationship experts will tell you that age as a number is less important than age as experience. There isn't necessarily a best age to get married, but there definitely is a best time to get married. The best time to get married is when you feel comfortable and confident in your job and personal life.”

See her post below:

Interesting.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Awelewa took to social media to advise singles to stay away from abusive partners.

The actress said that people should stay away from abusive partners because it never ends well. She also said that single people should take their time to settle for the best, no matter the amount of pressure they are facing from society to get married.

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