“We Are All Going Through a Lot”: Mary Njoku Trolls Married Women That Won’t Allow Singles Breathe

“We Are All Going Through a Lot”: Mary Njoku Trolls Married Women That Won’t Allow Singles Breathe

  • Nollywood actress Mary Njoku argued that marriage ought not to be regarded as a sign of accomplishment
  • The filmmaker berated married women who, in one way or another, taunt single ladies with their status
  • Mary also noted that the majority of married women experience discontentment with their husbands but choose to hide it
  • Kingsley Speaks, an online relationship coach and therapist, delved into the religious concept of marriage to address the movie star's claims

Nigerian actress and filmmaker Mary Remmy Njoku has addressed the pressure single ladies endure from their married counterparts.

The movie star emphasised that married women should stop making single ladies feel left out because they had not gotten a man to call their husbands.

Mary Njoku tackles married woman
Mary Njoku fights married women on behalf of singles. Credit: @maryremmynjoku
Source: Instagram

In her lengthy article on Instagram, Mary revealed that most married couples weren't happy in their marriages but pretended to be to torment singles.

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She further highlighted that getting married wasn't the ultimate goal, but marrying the right person was worth the wait.

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"Dear married women, Enough! Marriage is not an achievement. Finding the right partner is.
"Give the singles space to make the biggest decisions of their lives and find GOOD partners in peace. Over 60% of couples claim happiness often because of societal expectations. That was how Ifeoma was pushed to marry nonsense. Every weekend na hospital appointment for black eye, and spiritual warfare against physical side chicks.
"Yet she is among those trolling single girls for the same marriage. Rest Biko . Focus on the Economy! And Let the singles BREATHE."

See her post below:

Marriage was designed to be a plus to people - Kingsley Speaks

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Kingsley Speaks, an online relationship coach and therapist, implied that successfully navigating the challenges and joys of married life is a noteworthy accomplishment.

In his words:

"Marriage was designed by God. And if it was designed by God, it is an achievement. It's just that people haven't really understood this from this reality.
"I understand what Mrs Mary is saying here. But then, the truth is that marriage was designed to be a plus to people. It was designed to help both parties enjoy their lives together because two people will do better than one. This is God's plan. But when this reality is not achieved, that marriage in particular where there's no peace is no longer an achievement.
"Also, it is true that singles should be allowed to take their time in making a choice of a partner. Married people should stop pressuring them into marriage. People sometime need time to make big decisions that could change the course of their lives. But then, we cannot pretend not to know that marriage is a beautiful thing when done right.

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"So, a good marriage is an achievement. And a bad one is a lesson."

Nigerians react to Mary Remmy Njoku's post

Legit.ng gathered the reactions below:


"Louder oooo. FINDING THE RIGHT MAN is it. Peace above all things."


"That conclusion-If you like sit all the way at the back you still gon hear it."


"Finally person don step in for us the singles !!! Tell them mama."


"Finally, we d singles now have a spokesperson. Uhmmm,I can now breath."


"Some marriage counsellors are on this table. Their mindset is that a single person over 35 years has missed it. Smh."



Mary Njoku warns against IJGBs

Meanwhile, Legit.ng recalls reporting that Mary Remmy Njoku got netizens talking over her experience with an area bros who came back from abroad years ago.

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Taking to her social media page, the movie star advised ladies ahead of the Christmas season, when many janded Nigerians, aka IJGB (I just got back), will come home.

She recounted how an area bros returned years ago with a weird accent and a pocket full of lies, but she was not into him because he was not smart and was inconsistent with his stories.

Source: Legit.ng

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