- Popular Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, has taken to social media to gush over the sweetness of falling in love
- According to the film star, marriage is very beautiful once a person is with the right kind of partner
- Anita who disclosed that she believes so much in love noted that people won’t understand till it hits them
Popular Nigerian film star, Anita Joseph, is no doubt still basking in the happiness of her marriage with popular MC, McFish Olagunju.
The movie star who flaunts their union online from time to time has touched on the topic of love and the sweetness of marriage.
In a recent post on Instagram, Anita noted that she has been told she makes people believe in marriage and love.
Speaking further, the actress said marriage is good because it is an institution made by God.
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Not stopping there, she said she loves love and believes so much in it. She also said people would not understand until they experienced it too.
Part of her post reads:
“I believe in Love so much I love LOVE❤️. You won’t gerrit it till it hits you hard.”
See her post below:
Legit.ng gathered some comments from fans to the actress’ post. Read below:
“Love is a beautiful thing ❤️❤️❤️.”
“You are right, marriage is beautiful with the right partner.”
“That one concern them o...... marriage is a beautiful thing, they can't deceive me o........mama rock on jareh❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
“Only when you get the right partner like you said ma...if not marriage is no no for me!!! May God help us anyways thanks for making people believe in marriage.”
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Anita Joseph blasts people who don't greet properly
Anita Joseph earlier took to social media to share her recent observation about disrespectful people.
Taking to her Instagram page, the actress wondered why people have lost respect and don’t like to greet.
According to her, even those who manage to utter greetings do it the wrong way such as saying ‘good am’ or ‘good pm’.