Ladies who are above 30 years of age are often pressurized by society to get married. This is why they are sometimes in a hurry to find a husband as they get away with their childish behaviors in a bid to find a life partner. However, they may sometimes get heartbroken in relationships they thought would lead to marriage and this makes things worse.
Controversial Nigerian actor Uche Maduagwu has stated that women who are above the ages of 30 years old should have no business in dating if the man does not have the intention for marriage. He further stated that men who are not interested in marriage should leave such women under this age grade so that they can find people who are ready for marriage.
The advise that Uche Maduagwu gave seems valid because some men nowadays are not serious about marriage and they flirt around with ladies who are willing to get married. This would waste the time of the lady and make them feel used as they would have been expecting to get married but they were got heartbroken because the man is not ready.
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