“Who benefits from marriage?” Uche Ogbodo, an actress, discusses becoming pregnant again and advises single women over 30 to have children rather than abort them (video)

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Uche Ogbodo took to Instagram to reveal that she is expecting her second child as a single mother.

 

In a lengthy video shared to her Instagram, the actress discussed her first pregnancy at the age of 27 and her new one at the age of 34.

 

She claims she has no regrets over raising her first child, who is now six, or the one she is expecting.

 

She clarified that after all she went through at the hands of her ex when she was pregnant with her daughter at the age of 27, she chose to keep the child because she opposes abortion.

 

 

She added that abortion is against her beliefs as a Catholic, then said it is silly for a woman above 30 to have an abortion because she’s waiting for marriage.

 

She advised women to have their kids, rather than wait till they are no longer fertile because they want to get married first.

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She went on to reveal that marriage doesn’t favour everyone and gave an example with an old acquaintance who no longer looks beautiful since she got married.

 

“She’s married oh, and she’s looking haggard and old and ugly.

 

“So who marriage help? If with marriage and the almighty man that you’re marrying, you’re looking terrible, without marriage, who knows how you go look?

 

“Please, stop killing your children, especially when you’re of age. Have your kids. If marriage comes, marry oh, if marriage no come, raise your children now.”

 

She also said in the lengthy video: “I’m 34. I already have a kid. This is going to be my second child. I have a boyfriend who loves me, I’m happy and I’m having my baby. ”

 

She said she didn’t “plan for this but it happened” and “I’m not a candidate for abortion.”

 

She said: “I can never in my life support abortion.  I don’t support abortion because I’m Catholic.”

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Watch a short clip from the video below.

 

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