"Get Pregnant And Have A Child," Actress Sylvia Ukaatu Advises ladies above 38

If At 37 You're Not Married,Get Pregnant Out Of Wedlock-Nigerian ...
Nollywood actress, Sylvia Ukaatu, has adviced women within the ages of 38 and 39 but yet to be married to get pregnant and have a child.
Sylvia Ukaatu during a recent interview with Sun News shared the fulfilment she has had having a daughter of her own and how it is best for every woman at age 38 but not married to get pregnant and forget what anybody would say.
If you are a 38 year old woman and not married yet, get pregnant and have a child – Actress Sylvia Ukaatu advises
She said;
“6yrs ago, I fell pregnant with my damsel, and friends advised that I should get rid of her and move on with my career. I asked myself which career will be better than having a child that I can call mine.
”Then I decided to keep her. Now, she has grown to someone I can gist with. Someone that I would look at and never back down on my pursuit for greatness,” she said.
Here is her piece of advice for women;
“If at 38, 39 and you are not married yet and you don’t have a child of your own, it is such a pity for you as a woman.
”Try as much as possible to be pregnant and have a child. Women don’t have time. At 35, some have already gone into Menopause.
”I do hear people say having a child or children outside wedlock is a sin. Don’t worry don’t be the judge.
”Those same people that you fear would mock you when you have kids out of wedlock would also be there to make jest of you when the days are dark.”

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