Beautiful Nollywood twin sisters, Chidinma and Chidiebere Aneke, popularly known as Aneke Twins have revealed the reason why they are scared of getting married now.
Speaking with Sun News, they noted that a failed courtship is better than a failed marriage’. Their assertion was based on the fact that their mother did not divorce their father. ”Until we lost our father, our mum was faithful to him. So, we want to emulate her good virtues by having a successful marriage.”
Read excerpts from the chat…
Marriage is sacred! It is better for me to break courtship than marriage. Our mother didn’t divorce her husband until we lost our father. So, we want to emulate her good virtues of living a peaceful and lovable life with our husbands.
Honestly, we need to understand the purpose of marriage which includes love, friendship, patience, trust and tolerance. Some marriages break because the couples don’t see their partners as friends and soul mates. Couples should treat their spouses like their fresh and blood. Sincerely, if you truly love someone you would hardly hurt that fellow. But our society of today celebrates divorce more than marriage. It’s not about wealth or look, but it takes a lot of commitment to stay married.
Chidinma: Our Bible makes us to understand that before we were formed in our mother’s womb, God has sanctified and ordained us prophets. So, the day I will get married is ordained by God. If I’m not married now, it doesn’t mean I wouldn’t get married.
Besides, the Bible also says ‘he that finds a wife, finds a good thing and obtains favour from God. So, my man will find me at the right time. Suitors come but after praying and God showed us a sign, we wouldn’t go before of our God to avoid future regrets. Some marriages have broken up because the women hope to change a man who has not grown from a boy. How can that be possible? So, it is advisable to marry your friend, not a stranger. We desire to marry the men after our hearts. A man who is God-fearing, hardworking and kind.
Tell us about your family and the lessons you have learnt from your mother?
Chidinma: My mum is doing great and our siblings are fine. We are five children in the family and we are the last born.
Chidiebere: My mother remains our pillar of success and Almighty God, our provider. She is a very peaceful woman. Whenever we quarreled, she settled our disputes. Most importantly, she is very prayerful. She strongly believes in the efficacy of prayers to live a sustainable life. In fact, she is down-to-earth, neat and lovable person. Our mother led us to God. She would always remind us of the need to stay away from evil acts. We are dedicated Christians; all thanks to our mother.
What is the secret of your success?
Chidiebere: There is nothing hidden about how we climbed the ladder of success, because anyone with God is in the majority. We don’t depend on human beings to attain destiny, but on He who created us, direct our paths to accomplishing our destiny.
What has life taught you?
Chidinma: We have learnt to face life with ease, regardless of the challenges. It is dangerous to be in a rush , because one may end up in misery. As individuals we need to be patient, hardworking and above all, fear and love God by obeying his commandments in order to live everlasting life.
Speaking on their ”Aneke Twins Foundation”:
Thanks! All glory must be ascribed to God almighty Exodus 17. God promised us that when we serve him in truth and in spirit, He will take sicknesses away from us and He will bless the works of our hands. So, serving and believing in God has keeps us going. We are in Abuja for the registration of Aneke Twins Foundation. We have been operating with the name for many years, but we registered it recently.We have been involved in humanitarian works; giving succour to the less priviledged, especially on our birthday in August.
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Good for them.
I love their reasons but next time MISM,say talented not beautiful, lol
If not for money, the girls worwor die
My sister, no be lie, de wor wor.
Dem never see husband joor.
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