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“After 7 years of marriage, 11 miscarriages, God blessed me” – Actress Linda Adedeji Shares Her Testimony

Nollywood actress/ producer, Linda Adedeji Aderemi has shared she is super grateful to God for wiping away her tears after years of marriage and several miscarriages.
In a new interview with Potpourri, the mum-of-one shared that she went through ‘hell’ before becoming a mother for the first time in 2018. She spoke on her views about the growing popularity of single mum style parenting, as well as what she considers the most liberating thing a woman should possess.

The excited mum revealed she had been married seven years, and suffered eleven miscarriages before having her son only two years ago, sharing she took a break from her acting career to bond with the son she waited so long to birth.

“I have done that several times in the past. I was busy, there was no time but I can’t do that again. The reason I dropped acting for two years then was because of my baby.

I cherish my boy a lot. Many people asked why I was off the screen for so long, I just needed space because I gave birth to my baby in 2018 after seven years of marriage.

I went through hell before I had my child. I had eleven miscarriages before I had my son. After then God had mercy on me and my family.

I think it’s not too much to stay a year and take care of my boy. I will go back to acting very soon because my son is a year already.”

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On marriage and baby mama trend, the UK based actress says;

“Definitely every woman should be married, its good to be married, its good to have kids in a right way, with your husband by your side because that kid needs a dad so it’s good to be married.

Whosoever that chooses to be a baby mama, I will say you have got no life. I understand those who became victims of rejection by men and leave them to take care of the kids,

that is understandable, but choosing to be a baby mama, its not a good life.”

When asked what should be more important to a woman; love, money, power or sex, Mrs Aderemi says;

“I give it to power, to be honest, love, money and sex is important but what matters most is power,

when a woman is powerful, everyone will love you, people will love to be around you,

people will bring money to you just to have access with important people and sex will be the cheapest thing. So I will say power is the ultimate among it all.”

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