"I got married a virgin at 33" comedienne reveals
Chigul also narrates the story of her life from academic struggles, a difficult marriage to losing her virginity at 33.
Chigul was featured on the ninth episode of Kemi Adetiba's web series,"King Women".
In the episode, Chigul also narrates the story of her life from academic struggles to finding her path and on to the death of her father, which was shortly followed by losing her virginity at 33.
She said, "It was one of the worst things I ever had to go through but one of the best things because it taught me so much.
Would I have changed anything about it? No. Because it happened for a reason.
I'm happy it happened at one year with no children, no attachments.
I married at 33, I married a virgin. That was my first ever anything and it was supposed to be special. It was supposed to last."
An interview based series by Adetiba, "King Women" features Nigeria's powerful women of veteran and champion status, as they tell their stories, like never heard before.
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