Veteran actress, Eucharia Anunobi, cries out, says she wants a husband (Video)
Veteran Nollywood actress, Eucharia Anunobi has revealed that she wants to get married.
The Glamour Girls actress made this known in a recent interview session with BBC Igbo.
The 56-year-old veteran thespian is making this known sixteen years after her first marriage to Charles Ekwu ended in a divorce.
The union produced only one child, Raymond Ekwu, who sadly died from complications associated with sickle cell anemia at age 15.
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Speaking during the session, Eucharia had this to say:
“Please, I use this opportunity and tell the world that I want to marry urgently. A great man should show himself and put a ring on this finger of mine.
My specification is a man who is God-fearing and handsome.
He must be up to the task, having everything that makes a man male. You must be complete, that’s all I can say.”
Watch her speak below.
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