Nigerian actress Patience Ozokwor a.k.a Mama G opens up on infidelity in marriage
Nigerian veteran actress Patience Ozokwor has shared her sentiments about cheating partners saying that she would not opt to leave her marriage in the name of infidelity.
Speaking during her Nollywood acting counterpart, Mercy Johnson’s popular cooking show dubbed ‘Mercy’s Kitchen’, Ozokwor, famously known as Mama G said that she would not leave her home just because her husband cheated, but rather the person he cheated with should leave.
“Would you advise anyone to leave if there’s infidelity?” Mercy asked.
“Me, I’m not going to leave my house for anybody, you are the visitor that came in. Find your way out,” Mama G responded.
“I will so hold my family, so polish it, and sweep out all the debts, and then have a peaceful home again,” she added.
Mercy went further to ask if she would still stand by her choice if the infidelity is constant.
“Even if the infidelity is constant?”
“If infidelity is constant, it is the one that is an infidel that should go out. I’m not leaving my house for anybody,” said Mama G.
During the cooking show, Mercy also opened up about how the veteran actress helped shape her moral principles as she saved her from indecent dressing.
Mercy, who was well known for wearing very clingy and revealing clothes said that the veteran convinced her to embrace decency for the sake of her future kids.
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The mother of four confessed to having been lucky enough to have received the life-changing admonition albeit, noted she learned the hard way.
“Do you remember when you were younger before you got married when I told you that the photos u take today, your children will see them tomorrow and immediately the kind of lifestyle you lived,” Ozokwor said.
Affirming the statement, the 38-year-old actress responded: “Yes you did, you told me Mercy dress properly, you will have kids and when they grow up, they will ask you, why are you looking this way, yes I remember, I’m lucky but still learned the hard way really.”