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Nollywood Actress, Angela Eguavoen Opens Up On Man She Will Never Marry

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Nollywood Actress, Angela Eguavoen Opens Up On Man She Will Never Marry

Nollywood actress, Angela Eguavoen has explained why she can’t continue a romantic relationship or even marry a “mummy’s boy”.

Angela Eguavoen in an interview with Saturday Beat said that while she wants a man that has someone in his family that he respects and listens to, she wouldn’t be marrying a mummy’s boy.

She said “I cannot marry a mummy’s boy. He has to be a man of himself. Of course, I want a man that has someone in his family that he respects and listens to. He has to be someone who keeps to his words, and cannot be easily swayed.”

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Angela also revealed that she won’t allow any relatives in her home. She said;

“No family member will live with me and my husband unless she (mother-in-law) is sick and is in need of attention. I am a busy woman and not the type that would sit at home to take care of anybody. I am of the opinion that in-laws living permanently with a newly-wed couple is not good.”

On fake friendships in Nollywood, the actress said “I don’t know about them. I do not keep many friends. I have just a few of them and they have all been true to me. I believe friendship should not be a one-sided thing. If we (friends) are benefiting from each other, the person won’t think I am using them.

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“But, one way or the other, one person will outdo the other at some point. However, that one person is doing better than the other does not mean they cannot do better later.”

She had also said in the past that she would rather remain single than be in a relationship with someone who doesn’t respect her.

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Angela said “I love relationships, I love love. But I’d rather remain single than be in a relationship with someone who doesn’t respect me, have my back, or support me and most importantly my career. It’s a NO! NO!.

“For marriage, I am going to get married to the love of my life someday. But for now, I am single as they come.”

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication

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