Nollywood actress Sonia Ogiri has countered the notion that limited numbers of men and women are available for relationships in society.
Taking to her Instagram story, Sonia Ogiri said she doesn’t know why people say there is no partner to kick-start a relationship. She noted there are men and women on the street, and what people want is what differs in terms of the requirement or attributes they want.
She wrote: I still don’t understand when I hear “Husband no dey”. Wife no dey too. Men full streets, it depends on what you’re looking for. A wife material/husband material might be difficult to find but still on still, them dey. Your definition of material might not be another’s definition. Too Many good men out there looking for wife. Good wife scare.
Sonia Ogiri pens advice to young ladies about hookup
Kemi Filani News Recalls that Sonia Ogiri penned a piece of powerful advice for young ladies who are willing to go into modernized prostitution better known as olosho or hookup in Nigeria.
Sonia who also doubles as an entrepreneur took to her Instagram page to desist from selling their body for money. She recalled how her late elder brother asked her late father what occupation he was into when his mates became senators, ministers and governors.
Relating the question to her present life, the actress noted that she tried to work hard and on a clean slate in order to provide a good answer to her kids without looking back with regrets. She went on to ask ladies who are into modern-day prostitution what they will tell their kids when asked the same question.
Without mincing words, Sonia stated that prostitution and hookup won’t provide anything meaningful other than a flamboyant social media lifestyle.
Sonia Ogiri’s advice to young ladies about prostitution
Just like my late elder brother asked my late father after our family morning devotion “Dad what were you doing when your mates became senators, governors ministers, etc and my dad gave him a response.
I have been scared of my kids asking me this same question tomorrow hence I try to work hard and live on a clean slate. As an Olosho/hookup popularly called now, what will you tell your kids tomorrow?
Olosho money won’t go far or do any meaningful thing for you other than social media lifestyle. If you wrongly once did or the situation made you, shouldn’t be a permanent job.
The respect /freedom you enjoy when spending your worked money is unexplainable. See them call me names for this advice and assume every girl is in their Olosho group chat. Olosho is nothing to be proud of. Ladies its time to level up
Captioning her post, she wrote: This Advice is for the younger ones aspiring to go into this as a source of income NOT the chair ladies in the game, I no well for insults cause this our na only GOD fit repair our mindsets.