Media personality Nana Aba Anamoah says she as well as other single women must not be pressured into marrying.
Eloquent television presenter, Nana Aba Anamoah has revealed that she is not bothered about her unmarried status.
Likening marriage to death, Nana Aba said if one is not bothered about not dying, then she is also not bothered about not being married.
“Why should I be bothered? Are you bothered that you are not dead?” Nana Aba asked the host of an interview YEN.com.gh monitored on Accra-based Accra FM.
She was speaking about marriage and why women must not be pressured into marriage by the society and individuals.
The intelligent broadcaster underscored the fact that marriage does not guarantee a happy life because there are people who have married but are not happy.
Likewise, there are others who are married and happy, therefore, it is not right to force people into marriage or keep asking them about when they are settling down, Anamoah stressed.
“I don’t think it’s right for people to disturb anybody with marriage. There are people who are married and they are very happy, and we are also happy for them. There are also people who are married and they are miserable, their life has become worse,” she said.
“If it happens, it happens; if it doesn’t happen, it doesn’t happen. You don’t go around chasing shadows,” Nana Aba added.
She has often been at the mercy of such questions from people as to why she is not married and when she would.
Meanwhile, Nana Aba is a proud mother of one, and she has often flaunted her son Papa Kow, on social media.
She is, however, not in good terms with her baby daddy, Osebo, also called Richard Brown for reasons best known to her.
They two have fought over their son on two occasions.
In a recent report by YEN.com.gh, Brown told the story of how he met Nana Aba as a teenager.
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