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”Only God knows what the future holds. I will marry at the right time” – Ngozi Nwosu

Fuji House of Commotion star and veteran Nollywood actress, Ngozi Nwosu,  disclosed in a recent chat with Punch that she’s still waiting for her Mr. Right, as she has not given up on marriage.

”Only God knows what the future holds and I know that his plans for me are always good. I don’t work according to other people’s time and when it’s the right moment for me, things would fall into place.”

The 53-year-old Abia state-born damsel, who just recuperated after battling kidney problems and heart-related disease, also disclosed that she’s working hard on her career:

”I have never taken a break from acting and I am always working, moving from one set to another. If you do your research, you will find out that I am one of the top 10 actors in the movie industry at the moment.”

Ngozi was once married to a Yoruba man but the marriage crashed after she discovered her hubby’s cheating ways.

Speaking on her failed marriage Ngozi told Vanguard:

You got married sometime:

Yes I did. It didn’t work out and so I quit. I would rather not talk about it.

On marrying a Yoruba man:

I found love and peace here and so, I remain here. We need to cross-marry as Nigerians and it goes a long way to keep this country united. And if you say marry Igbo, who told you that because you are Igbo, the Igbo man will be better? Let me tell you, they could be worse. Even if you marry your town man, a bad husband is a bad husband anywhere. It doesn’t matter. The most important thing is to marry your own husband from God.

You see, life is how God wants it to be. Whatever happens to one in relationship, one should take it in peace because God has a different plan and purpose for you.

I was not desperate, even though I didn’t marry early as I would have loved. But they say it is better late than never. So, I wasn’t desperate even though I was not expecting to get married at the time I did. The only thing is that I just thank God because that marriage was an eye opener for me.

I was like a child who felt this was the way it was being done. But I was wrong. If I knew then what I know now, maybe, I would have been able to forgive and patch it up because then, I believed that if it was not for me, it was not for me.

I didn’t handle things maturely because I didn’t know a lot of things. I didn’t seek advice because you don’t know who will give you a good one or a wrong one. I acted on impulse but all the same I didn’t regret it.

The only thing I regret is not knowing what I know now. If I had known that that is what men do, that a lot women cover up their own, I would have forgiven and stayed. I could infer from what you are saying that perhaps your husband had other women and it didn’t go down well with you… I am the type who believe that my husband should be my husband. I was in love and it was so blind.

But I was wrong. Even when people were telling me, Ngozi, see what was going on under your nose, I didn’t believe. I was the last to know the truth that was happening right under my nose. I believed so much in my husband and this Mr and Mrs thing until I saw! That is when I went hay wire.

A cheating husband is not much of an issue these days… Did I know that? I thought my husband must remain mine. If I had known what I know now, I would have known what to do. But then, my head was hot. I was boasting about him and then this happened and I was so shattered. I didn’t believe it could happen to me.”



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