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Relationship & Money Women should earn at least ₦150k monthly before marriage - Love doctor

According to this love guru, this will ensure security and sanity for women in marriage.

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About romantic dates, public transport & relationship standards. play Women should earn at least ₦150k monthly before marriage, say Joro. (FEE)

Women should have an income of at least ₦150k before marriage, Joro Olumofin says.

The love doctor who thrives on Instagram with his relationships-and-marriage-centered platform believes that this is linked to the possible achievement of security and sanity in a marriage.

What it really means to play games in a relationship play Make your own money. It is always better that way. (NetFlix)

With a post on his Instagram page he says:

“If you're a single lady and you're not earning at least N150,000 a month you shouldn't be thinking about marriage yet. This is for your own security & sanity in marriage.

“Based on hundreds of mails I receive daily from posters. I've noticed a trend in behavior: Commitment before finances. Most ladies go into marriage with the hopes that the man will take care of everything."

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"Some even see marriage as their way out of responsibilities such as paying bills, etc.

"A lot of married women are unhappy in their homes but can't leave because they are not independent, some don't even have transport money to go back to their parents house. Secure the bag first."

What to do if your man remains too close to his ex. play A lot of married women are unhappy in their homes but can't leave because they are not independent. (Atlanta Black Start)

After reading this, what do you think about the relationship guru's advise, is it great or bad?

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