The winner of the Big Brother Africa Season 5 turned OAP, Uti Nwachukwu has stated that people who leave their relationship over cheating has no business being married.
The 38 years old TV presenter emphasized the need for perseverance and endurance in any relationship while maintaining that anyone who does not possess this intrinsic attitude has no business with getting married.
In his words: “We are so obsessed with relationships yet we have refused to accept the inconvenient truths about them. If acute (not chronic) cheating is the reason you leave your relationship, then you have no business being in one in the first place not to talk of marrying!
On cheating, Nwachukwu said; “As long as you have a partner that is kind to you, provides for you, spends adequate time with u/does not Neglect you emotionally&physically- Then what else do u want?
Truth is, it is extremely hard for humans to be sexually committed to one human for the rest of their lives!
Let’s be real and think about it. So You are expected to be physically intimate with one person for the rest of your life? (Even if you marry in your 20s?) Lol.
Analogy – Starch and Banga is super tasty and our favourite but there are days you wake up craving king prawns with special fried rice.
FYI, if Banga is forced down our throat, you might end up resenting Banga for a long time.
I feel the needless pressure of monogamy has/is still destroying relationships. Not to say it doesn’t work ! But most long term monogamous relationships are pretentious, hypocritical and sad, yet, they are the ones quick to judge and pressure others living freely.
This is a real non-judgemental conversation everyone should have with themselves and their intending partners so u don’t lead anyone into depression via deceit.
Whether u are Female or Male, Ur Preferences are Ur Preferences (as long as it’s not an addiction) Let’s not talk about Solomon’s Wives&Concubines cons we know when we add religion, the conversation becomes closed and heated. Just do U and be real with UR expectations.”