Nollywood actress Uche Ogbodo has been criticized for probing those in joyless marriages and advise them to wake up and do the needful.
In a post shared on her Instagram story, the actress had questioned why some people are confidently staying in a marriage with zero happiness.
Uche Ogbodo further asked if such people were enticed into the marriage or fell into the marriage because of poverty or their eyes were close.
She wrote: A lot of people are in rubbish marriages with zero happiness ooo! Abeg I want to ask? Did they cajole you into it? Or you fell into it with your eyes Shut! Abi nah poverty push you into a joyless marriage? Wake up now!
The post generated mixed feelings among some social media users as they slammed her for justifying baby mama status.
Other social media users also averred that Uche Ogbodo is in the best position to answer her questions as she had once been in a joyless marriage.
oly2cute wrote: Uche doesn’t hv any moral justification to say this! stop justify baby mama status
useful4ever wrote: Small happiness wey u get , wey be say u suppose dey hide am, u dey cast am, abeg rest
cajaalll wrote: All these online noisemakes trying to justify their baby mama status sha
kv_by_kelvin_ wrote: You shouldn’t be having this conversation Boo. You’re not a perfect situation as well. Same way you want others to mind their business as to regards your situation? Is the same energy you should apply with others. It’s that simple really
chiefolivia wrote: You can answer too cause you were once in such marriage ….for your mind now you don see true love
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Mother of 14 years old girl, Jumoke allegedly killed during Yoruba Nation protest cries bitterly | Video
The mother of 14 years old Jumoke, who was killed during the Yoruba Nation rally in Lagos by a stray bullet allegedly from the Nigerian police has been filmed crying bitterly as she mourned her daughter.
Jumoke was reportedly killed during the Sunday Igboho's led Yoruba nation rally held in Lagos, yesterday July 3.
Jumoke was said to be sitting in front of her mother's shop during the rally before she was fatally hit by the stray bullet.
Watch the heartbreaking video of her mother crying bitterly below: