An actress Mellisa Osagie has said that she does not believe in the idea of marriage.
in an interview Saturday rhythms, he said: “I don’t believe in the idea of marriage. I was almost married, but I called it off. I believe in the idea of friendship. If one is compatible with one’s partner, one does not need a ring to show that one is engaged. It does not validate the marriage.”
Speaking on the issue of older women being advised to have children out of wedlock when marriage is not forthcoming, Osagie said: “Marriage as an institution is about having children. Marriage or no marriage, it is very important for one to have a child. If not now, then in old age. at least, even if it has to be done through surrogate pregnancy.”
Recalling some of the sacrifices he made in his relationship, he said: “The sacrifice I made is giving my time. Time is something that can be invested, and it never pays off. The longest I’ve been in a relationship was four years. There was nothing to learn from that relationship. I just grew up.’
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