- Movie Star Uche Ogbodo has said that peace is important people need to stay in a place that gives them that
- In an Instagram post, she frankly advised ladies not to bow to pressure but rather stay in their place of rest
- The celebrity shared a shot she took with her baby daddy as she said that he is her own resting place
Popular Nollywood actress, Uche Ogbodo, has taken to her Instagram to tell ladies what she thinks they really need to know.
In a post on Saturday, November 6, she told ladies to stay where they find peace and never give in to pressure.
He is my resting place
Flaunting her baby daddy, Bobby Maris, she said that he is her own resting. She posted a pregnancy shot taken with him to pass the message.
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Draped in red with a revealing bulging stomach, she strikes a confident pose with her lover customed like a king.
Read her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 600 comments with more than 21,000 likes.
Many showed her love
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Awwwwwwwww ma darling. Peace is very importanta.
"Your resting place your lower abdomen chai ndi Nkem."
"You just spoke to my soul right now."
"Beautiful to Behold! Peace indeed and Peace at Last."
"God pls bless me with my own woman. Amen."
"Best resting place indeed my love."
@ucheogbodo You're right ma so right....Love sweet oh!"
She spoke on unhappy marriages
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Uche Ogbodo caused a buzz on social media after she advised people in joyless marriages.
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Taking to her Instagram story, the movie star wondered about people who were in ‘rubbish marriages with zero happiness’.
The single mother asked if these people were cajoled into the marriages or if they went in with their eyes closed.
Not stopping there, Ogbodo asked if poverty was perhaps their reason for being in such a union. She then advised them to wake up.