BBNaija’s Tochi Reveals Why Marriages Don’t Last Anymore
Tochi, a former Big Brother Naija ‘LockDown’ Housemate, has revealed the cause for the numerous unsuccessful marriages.
The reality star discussed the rising divorce rate on his Instagram story when Desola, the wife of Yoruba actor Kunle Afod, announced that she and her husband had divorced.
On Tuesday, Desola made the announcement in a brief note on her Instagram page.
“The excellent news you want to hear,” she wrote. “I abandoned Kunle Afod.”
Tochi responded by saying that most relationships and marriages fail because partners focus on the wrong things, such as physical appearance, rather than compatibility.
He stated that unions fail because people are more concerned with their appearance than with how they interact with their spouses.
“Relationships and marriages don’t endure this period because most individuals worry more about how they appear than how they act,” Tochi wrote.
‘Why You Should Not Marry An Illiterate’
Meanwhile, Sandra Iheuwa, a Nigerian entrepreneur and mother to Ubi Franklin, a Nigerian music executive and blogger, has revealed reasons why she advises against choosing an ignorant mate.
According to Naija News, the entrepreneur chimed in on the criteria individuals should look for when picking spouses via her verified Instagram profile.
According to the entrepreneur, individuals should marry a caring partner rather than a worthless and nasty one.
Sandra Iheuwa also stated that when an educated individual with a master’s degree settles for someone with only a high school diploma, the relationships would fail due to a clash of views.
“Whatever you do, make sure you marry a compassionate spouse rather than a worthless and evil one….this applies to all genders.” I neglected to include this one….crucial. it’s
“Don’t marry an illiterate….imagine having a master’s degree and your spouse is a high school dropout….the level of thinking would be different….you won’t be able to have a meaningful intellectual discourse with this person…..it will never work,” she wrote.