Don’t target marrying rich men, popular marriage counsellor warns Nigerian single ladies

Don’t target marrying rich men, popular marriage counsellor warns Nigerian single ladies

- Bisi Adewale, a family life coach, has sent a warning message to single ladies who intend to get married

- The counsellor urged them to strive to emulate some successful women across the world

- Adewale listed some of the terrible things that could happen to such ladies, which include being victims of ritual killers, living in depression and others

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A popular family life coach, Bisi Adewale, has said that the most striking foolish thing a single lady must not do is to target marrying a rich man.

In an exclusive chat with Adeoye Adewunmi, Legit.ng's regional reporter, Adewale, who is also a marriage counsellor, explained that there are terrible things that befall such single ladies and consequently should be avoided by all means.

He made this known while discussing his new book titled “101 foolish things a single lady must never do.”

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Don’t target marrying rich men, popular marriage counselor warns Nigerian single ladies
A popular life coach, Bisi Adewale, has warned single ladies against having a mindset of marrying rich men. Credit: @bisiadewale
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Adewale said that single ladies of such may likely encounter ritual killers, contract Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), unwanted pregnancies and so many others, adding that they also experience depression that would eventually lead to suicide.

He said:

“One of the most striking foolish things a single lady must never do is to target to marry a rich man. They do fall into all terrible things in the process. Most of the times, they encounter ritual killers, a lot of sexually transmitted diseases, unwanted pregnancies.
“Some live in depression and consequently commit suicide. We attend to them daily in my office. Somebody gave birth to two children to two different men and she could not even pinpoint the father of the children because it was at a pool party that two or three people slept with her.
“They paid her and they slept with her because she wanted money. Then, she gave birth to miserable children with no father.”

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The marriage counsellor beseeched single ladies to strive to become rich by picking cues from other successful women in the world like Okonjo-Iweala and so many others.

He noted their gender is only biological as there is nothing men can do that they cannot while acknowledging the issues encountered by ladies.

Adewale further stated:

“I want all our young ladies to strive to become rich women. The brain of women is not different from the brain of men. It is the same thing. But, I know that there are a lot of hurdles they face in the process. Look at Okonjo-Iweala today.
“Every Nigerian lady should know that being a female is just in biology but not in money-making. There is something they call money magnet; So, anybody can magnetize money and money would not say are you a woman or a man.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that fashion entrepreneur Laura Ikeji took to her YouTube channel to react to a TikTok video that 62% of Nigerian women cheat on their men.

It was reported that she said it is more acceptable for a married man to cheat on his wife without being questioned.

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Wale Akinola is a passionate journalist and researcher. He works as a senior political/current affairs editor at Legit.ng. He holds both B. A and Master’s degree in Communications and Language Arts from the University of Ibadan. He also holds a Diploma Certificate in Peace Journalism. He has over 15 years of work experience in both print and online media. He derives joy in keeping the public abreast of current happenings locally and internationally through his writings.

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