Uti Nwachukwu, the Nigerian media personality, says he thinks men should have no business getting married before 40.
The 40-year-old TV host gave his opinion about marriage in the latest episode of ‘Toke Moments’.
Nwachukwu also said marriage is a spiritual contract which requires a certain level of loyalty.
“I don’t think any man has any business marrying before 40. To me, and it doesn’t make me right. I’d say between 35 to 40,” he said.
“I don’t think any woman should be married before 30. You have to experience life as a single, you have to weigh your options and all of that. Apart from those that are afraid of their biological clock but then again, how many children do women want these days and please there’s technology.”
When asked if he believes a man and woman can be together forever, Nwachukwu said “that is why I am not married yet.”
“I might be Kamala Harris’ age when I decide to get married, I don’t know,” he said.
The former winner of Big Brother Africa (BBAfrica) housemate said people who are not ready to be loyal to their partners should not make their relationship official.
“If you don’t want to commit to somebody, don’t make it official whether in the presence of God, the government or your family,” he said.
“Leave contract, leave the agreement. Once you agree, integrity is integrity. There’s no excuse.”
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