Nollywood Actress Ada Ameh has revealed that she doesn’t regret having a child at 14, and says she is happily in a 5 year relationship. According to the Benue State born, she would have felt worse now that she is in her forties if she was without both – a child or husband.
Ameh who is yet unmarried shared in her interview with The Sun that although she is a feminist, she has a need for a man, as well as, shared her reason for not flaunting her man on social media.
Read excerpts from the interview below:
Speaking on whether she has any regrets becoming a mother at the very young age of 14, she said:
I can never regret having my child. God forbid! The truth is that the ways of God is so different from the ways of man. Just imagine me as this age and I am not married and don’t have a child.
I am not saying marriage is the ultimate but we both know what I am talking about. I am a feminist but I not that type that would not love to have a man.
Being a feminist, doesn’t mean that there should be a man. If you are Christian you should that submitting yourself to your man doesn’t make you a fool. It doesn’t mean I don’t have my own mind.”
On her relationship, The Johnsons star actress admonished celebrities who flaunt their love lives on the internet and expect it not to crash.
”My partner and I have been together for 5 years. We do have our hiccups but we are so happy together.
He is my best friend and yes he in the entertainment industry but I will never bring our relationship out to the media.See Also
I can’t be advertising him on bill board, at this old age? I don’t believe in social media love. A man would always be a man. They are polygamous in nature.
Why flaunt a man that might be sleeping with someone else or even your best friend? When you are legally married, you can put up photos of you there.
I still believe celebrities can make good marriages. There are lots of people to look up to and get inspired.
I am a one man kind of woman. I can fight you, if I find out that you are cheating because I love you so much. I am that kind woman,”