Chris Adah, the ex-participant of the Ultimate Love show, says her marriage can’t survive infidelity.

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The reality TV star spoke in a post via her Instagram Stories on Tuesday.

She was reacting to a tweet shared by Reno Omokri, the former presidential aide.

Omokri had suggested marriages can survive infidelity but it will be impossible for any union to survive poverty.

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In her response, Chris said her marriage would survive poverty but will never make it through infidelity.

“Even in our soaking garri and peanuts, we are happy. But you see infidelity, our marriage cannot survive it. The day I cheat on my husband, I am packing. I will chase myself. This is vice versa,” she wrote.

Chris was one of the reality TV stars from the maiden edition of the Ultimate Love TV show.

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She met Chris, her namesake in the show, and they walked down the aisle in 2020.

In 2021, Chris was criticised on social media for marrying a man younger than her.

“I don’t know what is wrong with people. So it is okay for women in their 20s to marry a 64-year-old man and it is not okay for a 37-year-old woman to marry a 35-year-old man?” she had asked in response.

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