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“What parents should teach their daughters about marriage” Woli Agba advises



Woli Agba advises parents

Nigerian comedian and actor, Ayo Ajewole better known as Woli Agba has a message for parents concerning their female children.

His advice is coming days after singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu was confirmed to have died from domestic violence.

In reference to her untimely death, the comedian advised parents to teach their daughters that coming back home from a failed marriage is better than coming home in a coffin.

He added that if a lady dies in her marriage, she would be replaced immediately.

He wrote, “Teach your daughters that coming back home from a failed marriage is better than coming home in a coffin… If you die in the marriage, they will another to replace you immediately”.

Kemi Filani news recalls Woli Agba, had reacted after been dragged for being among the few delegations of young Nigerian (comedy) Skit Industry practitioners who paid a courtesy visit to the Vice president of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbanjo.

Taking to his Instagram, the comedian shared some photos capturing him, the vice president, and some skit makers like Taooma, Josh 2 funny, and others except Mr Macaroni in the presidential villa.

However, some Nigerians had stormed his Instagram page to reveal that he is fighting for his own interest rather than for the people like Mr Macaroni

Reacting to the critics, he said one of the problems of Nigerians is that they draw conclusions at every slightest opportunity after seeing the numerous pictures they took.

Woli Agba said people should stop thinking like a programmed robots and desist from cooking up stories about who is not present at the meeting.

He wrote:

Na ordinary picture una see and you guys had all of these conclusions. Ask whoever cooked the story evidence of his or her presence at the meeting now? Which way Nigerians? Ask now? Why una just dey reason like programmed robot like this? I think for the first time, I am able to know one of our problems in this country. Not even related to any of the lies you guyz are reading. Don’t be pushed common. Omo, I dey here dey thank God o”.

Woli Agba advises parents