Veteran Nollywood actor Kenneth Okonkwo has warned women against pretense when looking for their life partners.
The high-profile actor, who took to his Facebook page over the weekend for advice, said a man doesn’t have to date a woman for years to find out if she is marriageable.
According to him, men certainly know what they want from a woman before they even approach her.
He advised women to refrain from any pretentious acts in the name of pleasing men, saying they should instead make sure they are happy and enjoy the relationship as well.
“Absolutely, no man needs to date you for years to find out if you are marriageable or not. Men almost certainly know what to expect from a woman before they even approach her.
“My advice to women looking to find life partners is this; always be yourself. Make sure you’re happy and enjoying the relationship, and not pretending to like the man you’re dating.
“If it’s not you, it’s not you and there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it. It’s not about you. It’s about him and where he placed you in his heart.
“Stop stressing,” he said.
Okonkwo is a famous Nollywood actor, director, producer, TV personality, entrepreneur, investor, politician and philanthropist.
In 1991, he joined the Nigerian film industry (Nollywood) and began attending film auditions and appearing in television series and soap operas.
He rose to fame in 1992 after starring in the Nollywood hit movie “Living in Bondage”, a film that put Nollywood in the limelight.
Okonkwo is one of the pioneers of the Nigerian Film Industry (Nollywood) and has contributed immensely to the growth of Nollywood in Nigeria and abroad.
The veteran actor rose to prominence after playing the role of Andy in the Nollywood hit movie “Living in Bondage”, a movie that gave birth to Nollywood.
He married Ifeoma Okonkwo and their union is blessed.