By Obiajulu Chiagoziem
Nigerian actress, Nkechi Blessing Sunday has revealed the only condition that could make her leave her marriage.
During a recent interview with Saturday beats, the actress said that the only thing she won’t tolerate in marriage is domestic violence, and that she would rather leave immediately, so that there won’t be repeated episodes. She went ahead to say that, infidelity is not enough to make her leave her marriage.
Throwing more light on that, Nkechi said that: “I do not support cheating because no woman wants to share her husband but these are things that one cannot control. Men are polygamous in nature. If I see signs, I would have a heart-to-heart talk with him and also adjust my ways. I know humans cannot be satisfied but I have to keep doing my best. There are a lot of attractive females everywhere, so it takes the grace of God for a man to stay faithful to a woman.
“I prefer respect to love. If a man respects me, he won’t rub his infidelity on my face. People think that only men cheat but women also cheat. It is just that men’s sexual escapades are more common. However, I don’t think anything can make me cheat on my husband. I am content and satisfied with him.”
She went on to speak about the need for folks to keep their marital issues off the internet because according to her, the internet never forgets.
“People think that coming to social media with their family issues would help. Sadly, it won’t help. It would only escalate the problem. It will also make one an object of ridicule in the eyes of the public. The funny thing is that after spilling the beans, the parties would now ask for privacy. Social media is not a family court; it is a platform for interaction, entertainment and advertisement. I might have goofed with my life on social media in the past but there’s always a time to retrace one’s steps.” she concluded.
The 32 year old mother of one rose to prominence in 2012, with a lead role on Kafila Omo Ibadan, after her meeting with the producer, Temitope Bali in South Africa, who offered her the role on Kafila Omo Ibadan.
On 1 February 2017, The Nigeria Carnival USA, unveiled Nkechi as one of its ambassadors at the second edition of the yearly Nigeria music, cultural and comedy event in the United States of America.