Uti Nwachukwu, an actress and on-air media personality, has said that men and women shouldn’t get married before they are 40 and 30, respectively.
In an interview with Toke Makinwa for her show “Toke Moments,” Uti said that men and women under the ages of 40 and 30, respectively, can’t be monogamous.
UTI, who is currently single, said that he will get married when he is older because then he will be able to commit to a relationship.
“That’s why I haven’t tied the knot yet. If I get married, I might be the same age as Kamala Harris. Until you’re all set.
I don’t think young people should be monogamous, but there are always exceptions to every rule. Do you understand? There are some young people who would do well with monogamy, but I’ve always said that the average person shouldn’t get married before 40.
To me oh, it doesn’t make me right. I will say between 35 and 40.
For women, except those who are afraid of their biological clocks, but how many children do women want these days? Please remember that technology is also around these days. No woman should get married before she’s 30.
You have to know what it’s like to be single. You have to think about what you can do. For me, leave the spiritual contract out of it, just like I would say leave the government contract out of it, because marriage is a contract between you, me, and God.
Leave contract, leave agreement. If you don’t want to commit to someone, don’t make it official—not in front of God, not in front of the government, and not in front of your family. When you agree, honesty is honesty. There’s no reason.”