- Actress Mary Remmy Njoku has urged women to invest in themselves the same way they invest in their men
- The mother of three told young ladies to pray for their own successes and get jobs for themselves too
- Njoku noted that they are not allergic to earning an income
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Nollywood actress Mary Remmy Njoku recently took to her official Instagram page to share an important word of advice to young women.
The mother of three told young ladies to invest in themselves as much as they do in their men.
According to her, as they pray for their men, they should also make sure that they pray for themselves too.
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The actress also told young women that while they are using their connections to get jobs for their men, they should also make sure that they get one for themselves too.
According to her, they are not allergic to earning an income.
Njoku's advice does not come as a surprise as women tend to forget or neglect themselves when they fall in love with a man. Many women believe that they should pour all their resources in their men, noting that it would also benefit them when their men become more capable.
Sadly, the end result of such is often not what they expect as they are either jilted or betrayed by the same man they invested on.
Read Nojku's candid message to young women below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Mary's husband Jason Njoku motivated his fans with her pregnancy journey to becoming a mother.
Jason stated that his wife had a miscarriage a few days to their wedding and on their big day, she asked if he would still love her if she didn't bear children.
Thankfully, she became pregnant again but it wasn't an easy ride. He revealed that when their son came, he was a straight forward pregnancy at 9.9lbs.
When his second child came, Mary used crutches because of some complications that she had, and for the third child, she was bedridden and in a wheelchair for 5 months with pelvic girdle pain.
He revealed that the pain was so much that they thought they would lose the third pregnancy. As a result of all they went through to have their children, the Iroko TV boss said that they truly believe that they are God's blessing for them.
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