Video As Blessing CEO Dignifies Polygamy, Shares Reasons No Woman Should Be Left Outside Marriage

Video As Blessing CEO Dignifies Polygamy, Shares Reasons No Woman Should Be Left Outside Marriage

  • Nigerian self-acclaimed relationship expert Blessing CEO is in the news once again as she weighed in on polygamy
  • According to the controversial love expert, most African women who don’t accept polygamy are selfish
  • Blessing’s reservations about the complicated martial institution spurred varying interesting takes from internet users
  • In a chat with Kingsley Speaks, an online relationship coach and therapist, addresses Blessing's new claim

Nigerian relationship blogger, Blessing Okoro, popularly known as Blessing CEO, has shared her views on polygamy.

The controversial love expert stated that she sees polygamy as a dignified and respectable institution.

Blessing CEO says polygamy has dignity
Blessing CEO tackles Nigerian women on polygamy. Credit: @officialbblessingceo
Source: Instagram

Blessing made reference to African culture and claimed that most women who oppose polygamy are selfish.

This was made known during her most recent episode of Moments With Blessing CEO, which was shown on Pop Central TV.

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The internet sensation further stated that she was a big fan of the popular Nollywood star Yul Edochie because he married Judy Austin as his second wife after she had a child for him.

“Polygamy is dignifying for me; it’s honourable for me. Many women are just selfish. I support polygamy 100 percent. I will not leave my husband because he has a child outside. A woman that doesn't accept polygamy is selfish.
“I am a fan of Yul Edochie. I don’t see anything wrong in what he did by marrying two wives. He is an odogwu," she said in parts.

See her video below:

No woman wants to share her man - Kingsley Speaks

Kingsley Speaks, an online relationship coach and therapist, countered Blessing CEO's contentious claim and noted that every woman should be respected for her preferences in relationships and marriages.

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Polygamy is not supposed to be forced down a woman's throat. I wouldn't agree with her because when a woman wants to get married, on most occasions, she wants to be with her man alone. She doesn't want to share.
No woman wants to share her man. So, if a woman decides not to share her man when he opts for polygamy, I wouldn't blame her, and I don't think it's appropriate for anyone to blame her.
While it is true that certain women welcome polygamy, it's not a rule of thumb for many other women. When a woman doesn't accept polygamy, she shouldn't be blamed, and it doesn't mean she is selfish. No woman who doesn't accept polygamy is selfish. It's just her response to nature not to share her man.

Reactions trail Blessing CEO’s video compiled the reactions below:


"Mama this table you are shaking ehhh, it’s the facial expression for me ❤❤ we most must hear word."

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"I remembered vividly when u were against polygamy, stop trending with negative content."


"There is something called honourably ... Oba elegushi loves his first wife so much but when he felt he needed a second wife ,he spoke to his first wife and they both agreed .... Yul is a Catholic and he knows fully well the catholic church doesn't accept such... If he wanted Judy to be his wife he would have spoken to may first....well na your people,so I no suprise but remember things has to be done respectfully."


"And why would you get pregnant for a married man,knowing fully well that he is married."


"Of course it would be more honorable when you tell your girlfriend that you want a open relationship from the onset, if she’s cool or not, it should be her choice to decide if she still wanna marry you or not! Don’t force it down her throat midway! Let people communicate what they want and will tolerate before getting married."

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Nigerian social media user Martin Vincent Otse, best known by the moniker Verydarkman, has buzzed the internet with a clip of his latest music project.

The social media sensation, who has yet to reveal his music inclination, recently teased his fans and followers with a snippet of a song he featured in.

The single titled "Don't Play" had VDM calling out the names of popular showbiz personalities he has had clashes with in the past, such as Iyabo Ojo and Blessing CEO.


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