If You Marry A Man Who Has No Money,The Love Will Fade-Nigerian Actress Charity Nnaji

Nigerian actress, Charity Nnaji has made an assertion that has garnered mixed reactions.

According to the Nollywood actress, any woman who marries a man that has no money will eventually see the love fade.

Charity Nnaji made this revelation while she was giving reasons she will get married to a man with money or a wealthy man.

Speaking in an interview with the Punch, Charity Nnaji further said that she can only marry because of money adding that if one doesn’t love a man but marries him because of his money, she will later fall in love with him.

She further disclosed that an Average Nigerian woman who is married to a jobless man would mostly cheat.

“I can marry because of money. If one doesn’t love a man but marries him because of his money, one would later fall in love with him. But when one loves a man who does not have money, the love would later fade. I don’t care how strong the bond is, once the woman is the one footing the bills, she may start getting angry. Money is like a solid foundation that holds marriage.

An average Nigerian woman who is married to a jobless man would most likely cheat. Love is not enough as far as marriage is concerned. A young woman would only marry an old man if money is involved. If one marries a rich man, one would love him naturally without stress. I have seen a very lovely relationship that crashed because of lack of money. Money is like a spice that garnishes relationships.

“With my past experience in marriage, anyone I would consider would have to be rich. I don’t plan to burden him with my children’s responsibilities but I cannot marry a man that I earn more than because he would feel threatened.

I am not ready to settle for less. If one is married to a rich man, wisdom demands that one should save for the rainy days. If a rich man later goes broke, the survival of the marriage would depend on how the man treated the woman when he had money. If he treated one well, then one could endure with him. But, if he treated one unfairly, one would leave him even before the money (totally) vanishes.” Charity Nnaji disclosed.

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